Irish Saints for June

 

 

 

 

Irish Saints of June

June 1Saint Cronan of Lismore 

 

June 2Saint Aldegisius of Hannonia 

 

June 3Saint Affine of Kilaffan 

 

June 4Saint Ernin of Cluain 

 

June 5Saint Eoban of Utrecht 

 

June 6Saint Cocca of Kilcock 

 

June 7Saint Colman of Dromore 

 

June 8Saint Luathrenna of Kill Luathrenn 

 

June 9Saint Colum Cille of Iona 

 

June 10Saint Illadan of Rathlihen 

 

June 11Saint Riagail of Bangor 

 

June 12Saint Cunera 

 

June 13Saint Mac Nissi of Clonmacnoise 

 

June 14Saint Nem of Aran 

 

June 15Saint Beoc of Wexford 

 

June 16Saint Aitheachan of Colpe 

 

June 17Saint Moling Luachra 

 

June 18Saint Colman, Son of Mici 

 

June 19Saint Deodatus of Nevers 

 

June 20Saint Faolan of Srathearn 

 

June 21Saint Suibhne of Armagh 

 

June 22Saint Cronan of Ferns 

 

June 23Saint Mochaoi of Nendrum 

 

June 24Saint Rumoldus of Dublin 

 

June 25Saint Sincheall of Killeigh 

 

June 26Saint Soadbair 

 

June 27Saint Dimman 

 

June 28Saint Bigsech of Killbixy 

 

June 29Saint Cocca of Ros-Bennchuir 

 

June 30Saint Erentrude of Nunberg

 

Parade kicked off

Gen. Wm. Thompson Honor Guard leads the AOH/Irish Division of the 2013 Saint Patrick's Day in Harrisburg PHOTO by DAVE THOMAS
Despite the weather the Harrisburg Saint Patrick’s Day Parade kicked off at 2:00 and was considered a success.  The General William Thompson Division provided the honor guard for the 1st division, the Irish and AOH division for the parade, photo coverege of the event was provided by our Associate member, Dave Thomas.
 
Perhaps even more important was the celebration of the Mass at 10:00 at Saint Lawrence Chapel, celebrated by Father Clark with Jacquie Turk providing her rendition of “Our Lady of Knock”.  Father commented how people come to this Mass just to hear her sing.
 
The Division Honor Guard four strong provided escort for the Mass Celebrants in the chapel.
 
The perfect way to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day.  Giving thanks and praise.

Irish Saints for March

MARCH

-1- Senan, Colm, Baodán
-2- Lughaidh, Conall, Cuan, Finnian, Sléibhín
-3- Conall, Killian, Fachtna
-4- –
-5- Ciarán, Carthach
-6- Cairbre, Brigid, Odhrán, Muadhán
-7- –
-8- Seanán, Ciarán, Cronan, Siadha,l Conan, Beoaodh Mochonna
-9- Brigid, Lughaidh, Proinnseas, Séadna
-10- Séadna, Colman, Fáilbhe, Kessog
-11- Aonghas
-12- Killian, Daghán
-13- Mochamhóg
-14- Flannan, Ultan, Caomhán
-15- Eoghan
-16- Fionán, Aodhán, Bairfhionn (Barrion), Abbán
-17- Patrick, Becan, Faoiltiarn, Tiarnach
-18- Conall, Comyn, Maodhóg, Caomhán, Tommán
-19- Lachtín
-20- Aodhán, Conan Fergus
-21- Éanna
-22- Fáilbhe
-23- Fergus, Mannix, Ciannait
-24- Lughaidh, Manchán, Mochta
-25- Caimín, Colm
-26- Carthach, Cormac, Garbhán, Killian –
27- Fintan, Mochonna
-28- Conall, Cairneach
-29- Fergus, Aodhán, Eithne
-30- Fergus, Colman, Mochua, Tóla
-31- Faolán

Irish Saints for February

FEBRUARY

-1- Brigid
-2- Colman, Fionnach
-3- Colman, Caoilfhionn, Conna, Faoileann
-4- Loman, Ciarán
-5- Fínín (Fineen), Dufach, Liadhnán (Leannan), Ceara
-6- Colm, Macha, Mel, Ríofach
-7- Aodh, Meallán, Colman, Fintan, Loman, Lonan, Tressan
-8- Colman, Fiachra, Fáilbhe, Ceara
-9- Ronan, Colman, Caíreach, Ríonach
-10- Dearlú, Siollán
-11- Fionán Gobnat Dubhán
-12- Siadhal, Fionán, Comyn, Cronan, Aodhán, Farannán, Lughaidh, Damhán
-13- Conan, Fionán, Cúachnait
-14- Manchín (Mannix), Manchán, Fínneachta
-15- Bearach, Fergus
-16- Aodh, Aengus
-17-
Fintan, Cormac
-18-
Aengus, Colman
-19-
Feichín, Odhrán
-20-
Cronan
-21-
Fintan, Colman, Cronan
-22-
Feichín
-23-
Eirnín
-24-
Comyn, Ciarán
-25-
Cianán
-26-
Cronan, Eithne, Becan, Aodhlugh
-27-
Comgan
-28-
Eirnín, Díocuill, Siollán

A Blessed Saint Brigid’s Day to you

Saint Brigid

 

A blessed Brigid’s Day to you! The Feast of St. Brigid of Kildare, the beloved Irish saint. Born in the middle of the 5th century, Brigid became a powerful leader of the early church in Ireland. She established a number of monastic communities around Ireland, the most famous of which was the double monastery (including both women and men) of Cill Dara (“The Church of the Oak”), now known as Kildare.

 

May the power of Brigid inspire you,

the grace of Brigid attend you,

the flame of Brigid enliven you,

the story of Brigid engage you.

 

May the God who provided her all these gifts

provide them also to us,

that we may go into the world

with her lavish generosity

and her creative fire.

 

A blessed Feast of St. Brigid to you!