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Page6 POST-GAZETTE, JANUARY t4, 2011 Saint Its i by Bennett Mo.nari and Richard Motinari Ate THAT by Mary IV. D.iZazzo A friend of ours, born in Waterford, Ireland, often in- voked the name of Saint Its in prayer. Its was a saint unknown to us at the time, as January 15 is her feast day it seemed a good time to write about this most vener- able saint. Saint Its, also known as Saint Ida, was an Irish nun; she was born in the present County of Waterford in the year 475. Her given name was Deirdre, the name Its, which she later acquired, signified her thirst for Di- vine Love. Deidre is said to have been born of noble Christian par- ents, her father Kennfoelad vent coming to live in a town called Credhail, today known as Killeedy, where her corn- ten sought her counsel. It is said that he once asked her what were the three things which God most detested, and she replied: "A scowling face, obstinacy in wrong-do- ing, and too great a confi= dence in the power of money". Brendan also asked her what three things God especially loved. She replied, "True faith in God with a pure heart, a simple life with a religious spirit, and open- handedness inspired by charity." Saint Ita is often called the Brigid of Munster, comparing her life to that of Saint Brigid but great differences exist between them. Saint Brigid Start The New Year Off Clad BeUa, The elves at LUSH have been busily putting together Wonderful product to soften and fragrance your skin -- so delightfully! Here are just a few ...... GLOGG SHOWER GEL -- for those who are still indulging (or wish they were!) at the bar, or for a quick pick-up with a spicy scent to be lath- ered on hair and your body. Inspired by traditional En- glish Gl6gg, a warming, fruity mulled drink-great for keeping you nice and toasty. "LUSH-ously"! be~ry kick! Wow! 0NCE-A-YEAR MASSAGE BAR -- this moustache- adorned bar of (heaven) cocoa butter is infused with brandy and cinnamon -- truly delectable and addic- tive. Massages all around all year with this baby! SUMMER PUDDING SOAP --j for a taste/scentual memory of summer. Grab a sli~e of this herbal dream. Heaps of ground almonds, a splosh of zesty lemon makes your bath time a "berried" treasure of fragrance. More was a chieftain and her mother Necta a woman of "high birth." Deidre as a young girl embodied what was then known as the six virtues of Irish womanhood. wisdom, beauty, purity, mu- sical ability, sweet speech and needle skills. She de- cided at an early age to dedi- cate her life entirely to God. munity of nuns opened a school for boys which became a center of learning and spiri- tual formation. Its is said to have had the gift of prophesy and her counsel was often sought. She is considered the foster mother of many Irish saints including Saint Brendan, Saint Mochemoc and Saint opened a succession of con-This festive shower gel gets like a dessert! vents, she was in constant your circulation going withSo gals don't miss out on movement whereas Saint orange flower oil, cinnamonth~ fab products! LUSH has Ita founded just one, in the bark extract, red wine, clove, outdone themselves this place that came to be knownbrandy just don't drink it!year. I have personally used as Killeedy and there she stood her entire life. Saint Its passed away on January 15, 570. When she felt her end approaching she sent for her community of CINDERS BATH BOMB crackling bath {pop rocks!} is a warming soak with spicy cinnamon leaf, orange and almond oils. MANDARIN'S TEA PARTY all of these terrific products! So keep it soft and scented baby for 2012! Buona giornata, and God bless the United States of America! She became a nun. having Cummian Fads. When nuns. and invoked the SOAP -- a fruity masterpiece --Mary N. the veil conferred upon herBrendan, known as the blessing of heaven on the made with orange juice, DiZazzo-Trumbull by Bishop Declan of Ardmore. great Navigator, visited her clergy and laity of the district crystallized ginger and dried Read prior weeks' columns at :i She helped organize a con- between his voyages, he of-around Killeedy. orange peels for a refreshing un~w.allthatzazz.eom. Mary , scrub! Truly a must feel good is a third-generation cosme- :1 East Boston Main Streets "scentsation't!! tologist and a Massachusetts BON BONbufferLIP SCRUBfor -- a distributoroilOf Kosmea brand~] Proudly Presents yummy your rose hip products. Mary smackers! Superbly sophis- may be contacted by calling The 15th Annual Taste of Eastie ticated lemon sherbet tex- C978) 4zo8183 or logg,.g on ture and flavor with a cran- to 'I Boston Logan Airport on ~~ ] Thursday evening January i 13th.20 1 I. Entertainment will be provided by DJ John i t Dudley and pianist Ed ~~ i -~~ Meredith. Food and fun high- light this wonderful evening ~- :~] including raffles and a live auction. Over twenty-five lo- -- - !~ ~ ~ -~- 1 i ~~ cal restaurants will show- =- - li case their delicious cuisine i from South and Central On Thursday, January American favorites to Medi-by calling 617-561-1044. You 13'h 2011 East Boston Main terranean, Chinese, Italianmay purchase tickets at the - Streets will host the 15th and American. Tickets can door. Annual Taste of Eastie. be purchased at MP & CO or East Boston Main Streets the Main Streets office at will host the 15th Annual 146 Maverick Street or Taste of Eastie at the Hilton or Boston Redevelopment Authority The Boston Redevelopment Authority will host a public meeting regarding Monday, February 7-6-.8PM The Shriners Hospital for Children Auditorium 51 Blossom Street, Boston Project Proponent: Equity Residential Project Description: This community meeting is being held in compliance with Article 80 of the Boston Zoning Code to present to the community the Equity Residential (the "Proponent") proposal to replace the existing 710-space Garden Ga rage on Lomasney Way with two {2) major buildings with heights of approximately 240 and 310 feet and an 850-space parking structure that will extend 50 feet below grade (the "Proposed Projeet"): The redevelopment of the site will involve demolition of the existing garage and a small, vacant one-story wooden structure formerly used as the Boston Children's School Annex The Proposed Project provides approximately 985,0OO sq ft of development, of which approximately 551,000 sq ft is residential space, 22,000 sq ft is common area and amenity space for resident& and approximately 385,0OO sq ft is for parking and mechanical equipment The 21 -story North Tower will contain approximately 200 residential units and the 28-story South Tower will have approximately 300 units Close of Comment Period: Friday, February 25, 2011 Jay Rourke, 8oston Redevelopment Authority One City Hall Square, 9th FI, Boston, MA 02201 PHONE: 617.918.4317 FAX: 617.742.7783 EMA=L: Jay.Rou Brian P. 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