brigid brigid

Definition(s):

  • (n) Irish abbess; a patron saint of Ireland (453-523)

News

  1. Armstrong County expects $1.5M revenue

    By Brigid Beatty, Leader Times Revenue garnered from 2012 Marcellus shale gas drilling impact fees is expected to flow into Armstrong County in just a matter of days. Those funds, ...
    on June 24, 2013     Source: The Mckeesport Daily News

  2. Father Sommer Leaves St. Brigid’s

    When Msgr. Ralph Sommer became pastor of St. Brigid’s Church, Westbury, 12 years ago, it was quite a change. “I had served at a parish out in Hauppauge, St. Thomas More,” a fairly homogeneous parish, said Msgr. Sommer, known to parishioners as “Father Sommer” or “Father Ralph.” In Westbury, he found great diversity. “We have 11 Masses in four languages — Spanish, Creole, Italian, and English ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Garden City Life

  3. One more go for this trio: Ipswich Tigers girls soccer team sends three to Agganis Classic

    Last fall, Brigid O’Flynn, Maddie Howe and Courtney Long poured everything they had into taking the ball away from Amesbury’s Megan Cullen.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Ipswich Chronicle

Quotes

  1. "Brigid had let me know two weeks ago I had won an award and I was going to come to New York to get it," says Proulx, who is to receive the magazine's Aga Khan prize for fiction. "Now, I'm not so sure I'm coming."
    on Jan 19, 2005 By: Annie Proulx Source: USA Today

  2. "She has a track record of putting out the magazine. To some extent, Brigid has been doing this job for a very long time, although with a very prominent boss," says Elizabeth Gaffney, the magazine's editor at large and a board member of The...
    on Jan 8, 2004 By: Elizabeth Gaffney Source: CNN

  3. "Mr. Bryan has chosen to argue his case publicly by means of ...... appealing to the news media to sensationalize the situation at St. Brigid," Quinn wrote in his letter.
    on Mar 26, 2007 By: John Quinn Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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