Lughnasadh

Lughnasadh

It is the time of Lughnasadh, (or Lúnasa), the Irish Harvest Festival that occurs around the end of July and the beginning of August. In modern Ireland, it has undergone a revival and is often celebrated over the August bank holiday weekend, the first full weekend in...
Bealtaine

Bealtaine

Happy May Day… Bealtaine. In the Celtic tradition, it is the day of the Bright Fire, the beginning of the six months of the summer season, Samhraidh. Today is a day to prepare yourself for the season. Bring summer into the house today by gathering a May...
Imbolc – The Feast of Brigid, 2017

Imbolc – The Feast of Brigid, 2017

Artwork by Br.Mickey McGrath. Available on many items through https://www.trinitystores.com. I just love this image! February 1 marks the end of winter and the beginning of spring in the Celtic Calendar. The figure most associated with this time of year is Brigid, the...

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