St. Edana of West Ireland Biography
St. Edana of West Ireland Biography, Feast Day, Date of Birth, Country of Birth, Profession, Place of Work, Date of Death, Place of Death, Beatification Date, Canonization Date
|Date of Birth||N/A|
|Country of Birth||Ireland of Europe|
|Matrimony/Holy Orders||Saints who were Not Married|
|Place of Work||Ireland|
|Date of Death||N/A|
|Place of Death||Ireland|
|Feast Day||July 5|
|Beatification||Beatified by N/A|
|Canonization||Canonized by Pre-Congregation|
|Patron Saint of||N/A|
Saint Edana (additionally Edna and Eidyn) of West Ireland, lived close to the conjunction of the Boyle and Shannon Rivers in the 6th century. Her name signifies “little flame.” She got the shroud from St. Patrick himself.
There are areas in western Ireland named for St. Edana. She is the benefactor of the wards of Tuarnia in western Ireland in the bishoprics of Elphin and Tuam.
The City of Edinburgh, presently Scotland’s capital, is accepted to have been named for the Irish cloister adherent: “Dùn Édana”, signifying “Edana’s château” or “Edana’s stronghold”. St. Edana in the long run headed out to Scotland and established a cloister there. Scottish history specialists have guaranteed that the city was named for a stronghold worked there around 638 by King Edwin. After he caught the site from the Gododdin he assembled “Dùn Éideann” (for “Dunedin”) – Eidyn’s post. Notwithstanding, some time before the season of King Edwin, there was Edana’s Sanctuary, where the Irish sister established her religious community.