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St. Brigid of Ireland: Healer and Miracle Worker JEAN M. HEIMANN - February 1, 2017 February 1 is the feast of St. Brigid of Ireland, a fifth century convert to Christianity, who was inspired by the preaching of St Patrick. As an abbess and Catholic nun, she founded a double monastery, of monks and nuns, at Kildare, the first women's monastic community in Ireland. St. Brigid is the patron saint of: babies, children whose parents are not married, dairy workers, midwives, nuns, poets, poultry farmers, printing presses, sailors, scholars, ...http://www.jeanmheimann.com/2017/02/st-brigid-ireland-healer-miracle-worker/
Catholics Agree: It's a Wonderful Life CRISIS MAGAZINE - December 20, 2016 ... away God's greatest gift." To which Clarence the Guardian Angel answers, "Oh dear! Dear! His life!" George Bailey is, indeed, contemplating suicide. Like so many despairing people, he thinks the world would be better off without him, that it would "be better if I'd never been born." His motives are mixed. Worn out by stress, afraid of scandal, convinced all his efforts didn't amount to much, and now with a possible embezzlement charge hanging over him, he'd "be better off dead," as Potter the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/wbxHvevpAD4/catholics-agree-wonderful-life