Birgitta of Vadstena

Dictionary of Hallucinations. . 2010.

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  • Bridget of Sweden — (1303 1373)    Born as Birgitta Birgersdotter; also known as Saint Birgitta, Santa Brigida, St. Bridgid of Sweden, and Birgitta of Vadstena. A Swedish nun, mystic, and founder of the Bridgettine Order, who from childhood onwards experienced… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

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  • St. Bridget of Sweden —     St. Bridget of Sweden     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Bridget of Sweden     (Also Birgitta).     The most celebrated saint of the Northern kingdoms, born about 1303; died 23 July, 1373.     Early Life     She was the daughter of Birger… …   Catholic encyclopedia

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