Icon of St. Ceara of Ireland - 20th c. - (1CE12)

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Saint Ceara of Ireland (+March 15)

Commemorated on March 15

Saint Ceara of Ireland was an abbess in the 7th century who died in 679. Known for her fervent prayers, one story recounts that the people of a village had a violent and foul smelling fire raging and destroying the town. St. Brendan told the people to seek out St. Ceara's prayers. The townspeople listened, and through her prayers the fire vanished. Additionally she is known for establishing 2 monasteries one at Kilkeary and the other at Tech Telle.

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  • 5
    Irish inspiration

    Posted by Esmee La Fleur on 2nd May 2022

    I live in Northern California where we have been experiencing many terrible fires in the past few years. When I read about this saint and how she help save a town from burning down, I decided that I needed to enlist her help and protection for my local community. I love the green and blue colors which add contrast to the white undergarments and head scarf. The detail is excellent. If I could change anything, it would be to give her a fuller scroll with a complete quote. Otherwise, I am very happy with this image. Highly recommended!

  • 5

    Posted by William on 13th Jan 2019

    Wonderfully done production for a lesser known Saint. We asked that it be written for our daughter who was just born and we loved how it was done, and how quickly.