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Celts to the Creche: St. Hilda of Whitby
Celts to the Crèche Day 2 November 16 St. Hilda of Whitby 613/614-November 17, 680 AD On this 2nd day of our pilgrimage with the Celts to the Crèche, we journey with ST. HILDA (Hild) OF WHITBY.The name Hild means “warrior.” She was … Continue reading
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