Hilda’s Feast Day

St. Hilda’s Feast Day was Sunday, November 17, 2013.

We celebrated this auspicious day in our home with Hilda, our cat feasting on treats. Yes, one of my two Maine Coon cats is 2 years old and she is named “St. Hilda of Whitby of Nascat Maine Coons” (we call her simply “Hilda” or as she most likely knows herself as “Get Down Hilda”-as she can’t stay off the kitchen island).

I can only hope that the original St. Hilda doesn’t mind that a beautiful Maine Coon who walks on a leash and has a bit of a ‘tude is named for her.

St. Hilda of Whitby (Hilda aka Get Down Hilda) enjoying her St. Hilda Feast Day treats

St. Hilda of Whitby (Hilda aka Get Down Hilda) enjoying her St. Hilda’s Feast Day treats

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About pastorpilgrim

Pastor Pilgrim is an ordained Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)pastor. I am married with two grown sons, soon to be daughter-in-love, and two Maine Coon cats named for Celtic saints. My interests include illuminated manuscripts; pilgrimage; Franciscan and Celtic spirituality; Shakers; Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, and Merovingian abbesses and their double monasteries; comfy cute shoes; Native American spirituality; and genealogy. I love to travel and am available to lead Celtic Pilgrimages to Northeast England and Iona. "Celts to the Creche" at www.saintsbridge.org. is one of my blogs. I also write of some of my pilgrimages, musings, and another Advent devotional, "Pilgrimage to Bethlehem" at www.pastorpilgrim.wordpress.com
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