Donald of Ogilvy

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St. Donald of Ogilvy, (also known as Donivald or Domhnall), was an eighth-century Scottish saint who lived at Ogilvy, in the former Forfarshire.


Upon the death of his wife, Donald converted his home into a hermitage where he lived a monastic life with his nine daughters (known as the Nine Maidens or the Holy Nine Virgins). Upon his death they entered a monastery in Abernethy. Churches throughout Scotland were dedicated to the Nine Maidens. Their feast day is 15 July.[1]


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