Its title is given as Faeth Fiada in the 11th-century Liber Hymnorum that records the text. This has been interpreted as the "Deer's Cry" by Middle Irish popular etymology, but it is more likely a term for a " spell of concealment ". The prayer is part of the Liber Hymnorum , an 11th-century collection of hymns found in two manuscripts kept in Dublin. It was edited in Vita Tripartita , in Liber Hymnorum , and again published in in the Thesaurus Paleohibernicus. Saint Patrick sang this when an ambush was laid against his coming by Loegaire , that he might not go to Tara to sow the faith.
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Amazing Prayer of Protection: St. Patrick’s Breastplate
St. Patrick’s Breastplate – A Collection of Prayers
Breastplate of Saint Patrick [This prayer is often called "St. Patrick's Breastplate" because of those parts of it which seek God's protection. I bind to myself today The virtue of the love of Seraphim, In the obedience of angels, In the hope of resurrection unto reward, In prayers of Patriarchs, In predictions of Prophets, In preaching of Apostles, In faith of Confessors, In purity of holy Virgins, In deeds of righteous men. I bind to myself today The power of Heaven, The light of the sun, The brightness of the moon, The splendour of fire, The flashing of lightning, The swiftness of wind, The depth of sea, The stability of earth, The compactness of rocks. I bind to myself today God's Power to guide me, God's Might to uphold me, God's Wisdom to teach me, God's Eye to watch over me, God's Ear to hear me, God's Word to give me speech, God's Hand to guide me, God's Way to lie before me, God's Shield to shelter me, God's Host to secure me, Against the snares of demons, Against the seductions of vices, Against the lusts of nature, Against everyone who meditates injury to me, Whether far or near, Whether few or with many. I invoke today all these virtues Against every hostile merciless power Which may assail my body and my soul, Against the incantations of false prophets, Against the black laws of heathenism, Against the false laws of heresy, Against the deceits of idolatry, Against the spells of women, and smiths, and druids, Against every knowledge that binds the soul of man. Christ, protect me today Against every poison, against burning, Against drowning, against death-wound, That I may receive abundant reward.
Breast Plate of St. Patrick
Christ is always with us providing us strength and wisdom. This is especially a good prayer for. There are several versions of this prayer.
This St. Patrick's Day prayer has come down through the centuries and remains popular today and given the current reality of the Coronavirus pandemic we think you're agreed it's more relevant than ever. Saint Patrick's Breastplate is a Christian hymn whose original old Irish lyrics were traditionally attributed to Saint Patrick and his Irish ministry in the 5th century. It is written in the style of a druidic incantation for protection on a journey.