So, how do I get my mail when I travel? Any snail mail I get goes to St. Brendan's Isle forwarding service in Green Cove Springs, Florida. They scan it and I download to my laptop. I can also have it held and forwarded or shredded. Perfect!

Mail Forwarding Services at St Brendan's Isle

St Brendan's Cross , Celtic Art, Irish Art, Book Of Kells , Celtic Shop, Wall…

St Brendan's Cross , Celtic Art, Irish Art, Book Of Kells , Celtic Shop, Wall Art

St Brendan the Navigator. Continue to the website for St Brendan's prayer.

St. Brendan’s Prayer

St Brendan the Navigator. Continue to the website for St Brendan's prayer.

Voyage of St Brendan

Voyage of St Brendan

The Inspiring Prayer of St. Brendan the Navigator, Irish Patron of Sailors | Get Fed | A Catholic Blog to Feed Your Faith

The Inspiring Prayer of St. Brendan the Navigator, Irish Patron of Sailors

The Inspiring Prayer of St. Brendan the Navigator, Irish Patron of Sailors | Get Fed | A Catholic Blog to Feed Your Faith

Saint Brendan the Voyager (6th cent) founded several monasteries in Ireland and became Abbot of the largest, Clonfert. He traveled as a missionary to the Scottish Islands, possibly Wales, and was dubbed 'Brendan the Voyager.' The early 9th cent romance "The Voyage of Brendan" portrayed him as a discoverer of far western lands. The account proves that Irish voyagers visited America as early as the 8th cent, before the Vikings, but not that St Brendan himself made such voyages. (May 16)

Saint Brendan the Voyager cent) founded several monasteries in Ireland and…

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st brendan the navigator | The voyage of St. Brendan

Jeff Johnson -- Prayers of St. Jeff Johnson actually has two separate albums based around the Saint Brendan voyage. Both are worth checking out.

St. Brendan's Mermaid; Located in 12th c. Clonfert Cathedral where St. Brendan's monastery was founded in the 6th century.  St. Brendan is the patron saint of travelers and sailors and is said to have converted the mermaids and sea serpents to Christianity, hence their appearance at the altar of this beautiful Hiberno-Romanesque church.

Brendan's Mermaid, Located in c. Clonfert Cathedral where St. Brendan's monastery was founded in the century

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