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…

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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!

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!

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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 (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)

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16 May - Feast Day -  St. Brendan Died in 577 Born possibly in Tralee, Ireland, and educated by St. Ita and ordained by Bishop Erc, he became a monk and founded a large monastery at Clonfert. Many fantastic details have been added to this brief knowledge usually based on the fictional "Navagation" in which he is described as searching for the Isles of the Blessed, touching the Canaries, and even discovering america. It is possible that he actually made visits to Scotland and Wales.

16 May - Feast Day - St. Brendan Died in 577 Born possibly in Tralee, Ireland, and educated by St. Ita and ordained by Bishop Erc, he became a monk and founded a large monastery at Clonfert. Many fantastic details have been added to this brief knowledge usually based on the fictional "Navagation" in which he is described as searching for the Isles of the Blessed, touching the Canaries, and even discovering america. It is possible that he actually made visits to Scotland and Wales.

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St. Brendan and the Siren, illustration from 'The Voyage of St. Brendan', 1499 Posters & Art Prints by German School - Magnolia Box

St. Brendan and the Siren, illustration from 'The Voyage of St. Brendan', 1499 Posters & Art Prints by German School - Magnolia Box

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My lovely daughter has just moved into her first proper home - her own place, a grown up, unfurnished, one bedroomed flat.   We've talked a...

My lovely daughter has just moved into her first proper home - her own place, a grown up, unfurnished, one bedroomed flat. We've talked a...

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St.Brendan Google Image Result for http://www.freewebs.com/thepiratelair/429px-Aspidochelone2-gks1633-danish-royal-library.jpg

St.Brendan Google Image Result for http://www.freewebs.com/thepiratelair/429px-Aspidochelone2-gks1633-danish-royal-library.jpg

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Feast of St. Brendan the Navigator; Christian Religious Observance; May 16; Irish monk, founder of Clonfert and other monasteries, and missionary to England and Scotland. Especially famed for his voyages, described in his Navigatio, which gives accurate sailing instructions to North America. A patron saint of sailors.

Feast of St. Brendan the Navigator; Christian Religious Observance; May 16; Irish monk, founder of Clonfert and other monasteries, and missionary to England and Scotland. Especially famed for his voyages, described in his Navigatio, which gives accurate sailing instructions to North America. A patron saint of sailors.

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