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St. Bridget's Cross Boru

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The St. Bridget’s Cross has four arms tied at the ends of a woven middle square. The crosses are still made today by school children all across Ireland on her feast day, which is February 01.

They are set over doorways and windows to keep homes from harm. It is given as a symbol of protection and love.

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