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St. Aedan Gold-Filled Medium Oval Medal - 3/4 inch X 1/2 inch

Item Number: 58589

Catalog Code: 8293GF/18G

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Aedan Gold-Filled Medium Oval Medal

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This 12kt gold-filled St. Aedan of Ferns medal measures 3/4in. x 5/8in. and comes with an 18in. gold-plated chain with clasp and a deluxe gift box. 

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0 3/4"  (1.90 cm) x 0 1/2"  (1.27 cm) x 0"  More Bliss Gifts

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St. Aedan of Ferns

Feast Day:
Roman Rite Calendar - 1/31


Patron Of: Ferns, Ireland, Wexford, Ireland

Also known as

    * Aeddan Foeddog
    * Aedh-og
    * Aidan
    * Aidus
    * Hugh
    * Maedoc
    * Maodhóg
    * Mo-Aedh-og (= my dear Aedh)
    * Moedhog
    * Mogue

Memorial

    * 31 January

Profile

    Son of Eithne and Sedna, chief of Connaught. A widespread reputation for sanctity brought him potential disciples in his youth; he fled to Kilmuine, Wales to escape them. He became one of Saint David‘s most faithful disciples. He returned to Ireland in 580 with a band of disciples, including Saint Caillan and settled at Brentrocht, Leinster. Founded 30 churches and several monasteries in that district, the greatest being Ferns in Wexford, built on land given him by Brandubh, King of Leinster. First bishop of Ferns c.598; the episcopal seat of Ferns is now at Enniscorthy, where there is a beautiful cathedral dedicated to Aedan. Miracle worker. Late in life he retired to live as a prayerful monk.

Born

    * c.550 at Inisbrefny, Templeport, County Cavan, Ireland

Died

    * 31 January 632 at Ferns, Ireland of natural causes

Canonized

    * Pre-Congregation

Patronage

    * Ferns, Ireland, diocese of
    * Wexford, Ireland

 



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