“Tá Críost éirithe! Go deimhin, tá sé éirithe!” – Mall, Béiriút, An Liobáin ╰⊰¸¸.•¨* Irish

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“Tá Críost éirithe! Go deimhin, tá sé éirithe!”

Mall, Béiriút, An Liobáin

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Muire, mar mháthair Íosa, an Máthair Dé agus an Theotokos ╰⊰¸¸.•¨* Irish

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HOLY VIRGIN MARY, MOTHER OF GOD

Muire, mar mháthair Íosa, an Máthair Dé agus an Theotokos

Bean Ghiúdach as Nazarat na Gailíle ba ea Muire, Naomh Muire, an Mhaighdean Mhuire, Muire Mhaighdean nó Muire Ógh, máthair Íosa agus bean chéile Iósaf. D’aithin an Tiomna Nua í [Mt 1:16,18-25] [Lk 1:26-56] [2:1-7] mar mháthair Íosa le lámh Dé.

Thug na soiscéil canónta na Matha agus Lúcás tuairisc ar Mhuire mar mhaighdean.

Thosaíonn an Tiomna Nua cuntas beatha Muire leis an teachtaireacht an Aingil, nuair a thaispeáin an tArdaingeal Gaibriéil agus fhógair a roghnúchán diagach a bheith ina máthair Íosa. Maíonn traidisiún eaglaise agus luath scríbhinní neamh-bhíobalta gur scothaosta a bhí a tuismitheoiri, Naomh Joachim agus Naomh Áine. Taifeadaíonn an Bíobla róil Muire sa tarluithe tábhachtach sa bheatha Íosa, as a ghiniúint go a Dheascabháil.

Creideann Críostaíthe go bhfuil Muire, mar mháthair Íosa, an Máthair Dé agus an Theotokos.

Tugtar urraim di Muire ó shin an Ré Aspalda.

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Naomh Ciarán Saighre na hÉireann (+530) – Márta 5 ╰⊰¸¸.•¨* Irish

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SAINTS OF MY HEART

Naomh Ciarán Saighre na hÉireann (+530)

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Naomh Ciarán Saighre (nó Ciarán Saighir, Ciarán mac Luaigne; Laidin: Kyaranus nó Ciaranus Maior). Bhí Ciarán Saighre mar Easpag Éireannach sa 6ú haois.

Is ceann de na Dhá Aspal Déag na hÉireann é. Airítear é mar dhuine de na naoimh a bhí in Éirinn sula dtáinig Naomh Pádraig.

Glaoitear Ciarán Saighre chun difir a dhéanamh idir é féin agus Naomh Ciarán Óg as Cluain Mhic Nóis.

Is i nOileán Chléire i gContae Chorcaí a rugadh Naomh Ciarán Saighre.

Chuaigh Ciarán Saighre go dtí an Mhór-Roinn, áit ar baisteadh é agus inar oirníodh é ina shagart agus ina easpag. D’fhill sé ar Osraí, ceantar dúchais a athar, agus chaith sé seal ina dhíthreabhach ach bhailigh deisceabail timpeall air agus i gceann tamaill bhí mórchlú ar an mainistir sin a bhí i Saighir.

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Saighir

Saint Ia, Missionary & Virgin Martyr in Cornwall, England, from Ireland (+450) – February 3

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IRELAND OF MY HEART

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Saint Ia,

Missionary & Virgin Martyr in Cornwall, England,

from Ireland (+450)

February 3

Saint Ia of Cornwall (also known as Eia, Hia or Hya) was an evangelist and martyr of the 5th century in Cornwall. She was an Irish princess, the sister of Saint Erc of Slane and a student of Saint Baricus.

St Ia went to the seashore to depart for Cornwall from her native Ireland along with other saints. Finding that they had gone without her, fearing that she was too young for such a hazardous journey, she was grief-stricken and began to pray. As she prayed, she noticed a small leaf floating on the water and touched it with a rod to see if it would sink. As she watched, it grew bigger and bigger. Trusting God, she embarked upon the leaf and was carried across the Irish Sea. She reached Cornwall before the others, where she joined Saint Gwinear and Felec of Cornwall. They had up to 777 companions.

She founded an oratory in a clearing in a wood on the site of the existing Parish Church that is dedicated to her. Ia was martyred under “King Teudar” (i.e., Tewdwr Mawr of Penwith) on the River Hayle and buried at what is now St Ives, where St Ia’s Church—of which she is now the patron saint—was erected over her grave. The town built up around it. Her feast day is February 3.

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 St Ia of Ireland & Cornwall

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St. Ives, Cornwall, England

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