St. Oengus the Culdee 11 march 2017

St. Oengus the Culdee, Abbot & Bishop (Aengus, Oengoba) Born in Ireland; died c. 830. The appellation "Culdee," Ceile De, or Kele-De means "worship of God," which became the name of a monastic movement otherwise known as the "Companions of God." Oengus was of the race of the Dalriadans, kings of Ulster. In his youth, [...]

Celtic saint of the day 25th April

St. Maughold of Man, Bishop (Macaille, Maccaldus, Machalus, Machella, Maghor, Maccul)     Died c. 488. Saint Maughold was an Irish prince and reputedly a captain of robbers who was converted by Patrick. Upon his conversion, he became a new man by putting on the spirit of Christ. One version of the legend says that [...]