Meet St. Brigid of Ireland
St. Brigid of Ireland (February 1st)
Patron of: babies, midwives, nuns, poets, travelers, scholars, Ireland
St. Brigid of Ireland was a 5th century nun known for her miracles and love of the poor. St. Brigid was born a slave, but because of her notable holiness was freed. She went on to found the famous monastery of Kildare, and was friends with the famous St. Patrick (who baptized her mother before she was born!).
Teach your children about miracles! Introduce the story of St. Brigid of Kildare using the educational insert in the box. Encourage children to think about miracles. The lives of the Saints are full of miracles- can miracles still happen today? Do miracles always have to be dramatic? Why do miracles sometimes happen, and sometimes not? St. Brigid of Ireland is also a great Saint to talk about how God works through people from all walks of life.
Brings the Saints to life in your child’s heart and imagination through developmentally healthy open-ended play
Grows with your child; safe for babies and toddlers, and continues to engage preschool and school age children with imaginative play centered around the “characters” of their Faith.
Exceeds safety requirements for children of all ages- including those under 3
Every doll comes in a beautiful collectible quality box, complete with educational insert full of fun facts!
Slightly over 3.5” tall
Nothing to break or lose! Durable, lightweight, single piece construction.
Plant the seeds of a lifelong faith with everyone's favorite Catholic saint toys!