Welcome to Brigid’s Cross

-Fáilte go Crois Bhríde

We offer religious and spiritual products along with educational and spiritual growth opportunities that represent many faith traditions and practices.
You will find information below about our physical location, online shopping and our schedule of classes, workshops, reflections and retreats.


Our Boutique, located at 314 6th Avenue in the Cambria City Historic District in Johnstown, offers religious and spiritual goods representing many faiths and practices. From the traditional to the modern, ancient practices find relevance today through every carefully selected merchandise. We also offer a selection of healing and spiritually focused herbs and teas. Many of our physical items are one-of-a-kind and speak to the soul that they are meant to be with. They are treasures made with love and goodwill.

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We offer various spiritually based learning opportunities. Through book clubs, rosary and mandala making classes, and workshops focused on world religions and interfaith understanding, we bring awareness and education to all who wish to learn and grow in the knowledge of others and themselves.

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Utilizing the Shrine and Garden of Our Lady of Mariapocs and the Casimir Cultural Center, both located in our neighborhood of Cambria City, we offer various reflection, meditation and retreat sessions. These sessions blend various practices and traditions while offering those who attend the opportunity to have a spiritual and cultural experience.

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The Story of the Cross of Saint Brigid

“I would like the angels of Heaven to be among us. I would like an abundance of peace. I would like full vessels of charity. I would like rich treasures of mercy. I would like cheerfulness to preside over all.”

Saint Brigid of Kildare
Brigid’s Crosses woven from the rush of the Shannon River, just as Saint Brigid herself did centuries ago. She used these crosses to teach about Christ and to give the people a symbol of protection for their home. Today in Ireland, these crosses are still made and hung in homes on her Feast Day, February 1.

Icon of Saint Brigid showing her three great symbols…her cross, her perpetual fire at Kildare and her staff, a symbol of her authority as spiritual leader and founder/abbess of her convent.

Saint Brigid of Kildare, also known as Saint Brigid of Ireland, is one of the three main patrons of Ireland. She is revered among Catholics, Anglicans, Orthodox, Traditional Spiritualist Religions and as a symbol of Female Leadership and Strength in the early church. Her cross is a symbol of Divine Protection; her fire is a symbol of the Eternal Spirit; her staff is a symbol of Spiritual Authority.

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About Us

Brigid’s Cross is a religious and spiritual goods boutique in the heart of the Cambria City Historic District, Johnstown.