: Pronounced Fi-del-ma
Fidelma "the red"
was the sister to Eithne "the fair," with both dying at the Well of Clebach. Along with her sister, she is included in the Acts of St. Patrick, and the fact that St. Patrick built a church in their honor is testament to his reverence for them. The relics of the two daughters of King Laoghaire of Ireland were moved to Armagh, demonstrating the importance of these two early saints. Both were said to be beautiful, intelligent, and godly.