The Revelations of St Bridget and Church Reform
by Br. Sean Wright
Publisher: thewandererpress.com 2003
Number of pages: 18
St Bridget (or "Birgitta") of Sweden (1303-1373): wife, mother of eight, widow, social and Church reformer, mystic and foundress of the Order of the Most Holy Savior, also known as the Brigittine Order. St Bridget is best known for the Revelations, the divinely inspired messages she received from God the Father, Jesus, the Virgin Mary and numerous saints over a period of almost 30 years.
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