St. Kevin of Glendalough Print

 

Saint Kevin of Glendalough
498 - 618
Feast day: June 3rd
Patronage: blackbirds, Glendalough, Ireland

 

This fine art portrait, printed on acid free, 80 lb. cardstock, with archival inks, is ready to frame. The watermark will not appear on your print.
Also available framed and in a wood plaque.
This Item SHIPS FREE anywhere in the USA

St. Kevin, also known as Coemgen in Ireland, lived with monks from age 12. After being ordained he came to live a hermit’s life in Glendalough Ireland (meaning glen of two lakes) . There are many stories of his connection with animals, a blackbird is even said to have made a nest in his prayerfully outstretched hands. St. Kevin eventually left his life of solitude to build a monastery and teach the people of Ireland about God. His life is surrounded by many extravagant miracles.