SHE WAS BRIGID TO CELTIC EUROPE, Cybele to the Romans, and Rhea to the ancient Greeks. She was the pagan mother goddess—celebrated by pre-Christian civilizations in Europe long before Mother's Day, as we know it, gained official recognition in the United States in 1914.
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