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St. Patrick of Ireland is one of the world's most popular saints. Apostle of Ireland, born at Kilpatrick, near Dumbarton, in Scotland, in the year 387; died at Saul, Downpatrick, Ireland, 17 March, 461. Along with St. Nicholas and St. Valentine, the secular world shares our love of these saints. This is also a day when everyone's Irish. There are many legends and stories of St. Patrick, but this is his story. Patrick was born ... Continue Reading

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  1. ???
    5 years ago

    Thanks alot. This stuff really helps in My Confirmation saint project! YAY!

  2. 5 years ago

    you rock!

  3. liliane bassil
    5 years ago

    john paul 2 pray for us and for the the world. bless our sicks and help them.

  4. Leyna
    5 years ago

    this really helped me in my 5 paragraph eassy i learned a lot about St. patrick

  5. monae felix
    5 years ago

    i love Saint Patrick it also helped me with my 5 paragraph essay.

  6. Mypat
    5 years ago

    What about the snakes and St. Patrick?

  7. 5 years ago

    this was a wonderful piece of information and i hope you write more

  8. brownieclaremont
    5 years ago

    It's "an assignment," dear,

  9. brownieclaremont@yahoo.com
    5 years ago

    that should read, "my mother and me."

  10. junel benar
    5 years ago

    I was primarily opted to research about Saint Patrick for my birthday falls into his feast day.
    I wonder why the United States looks up to this day (March 17) so gleefully. I discovered that it is Saint Patrick's Day so I tried to google his identity and works.
    I can say that I am very proud of Saint Patrick and all that he's done.
    I commend this website for containing relevant information that really helped me in one way or another. Thanks a lot!

  11. flo boss
    5 years ago

    I am not Catholic; I am a Lutheran, but I greatly admire the Catholic church, and one of my sisters converted to Catholicism and it was very dear to her. I wanted some info to share with my little grandson on St. Patrick and I just wanted you to know that I thank you for this info and may God bless you and this web site.

  12. NELL Patrick
    5 years ago

    i was aways told that kirk is the prefix in the scotish kirkpatrick which means of the church i say this because my family name was kirkpatrick and it is scotish

  13. nhchd
    5 years ago

    I think your site is cool

  14. Diarmo
    5 years ago

    this is a great site I am making my confo on saturday and needed info on saint Patrick ...

    Thank You so much

  15. Tom
    5 years ago

    Other sources have him born in 390 at Bannaventa, close to the Scotland/England border.

  16. Scott Tucker
    5 years ago

    Quote from the text: "Patrick was born around 385 in Scotland, probably Kilpatrick."

    How is this possible? The name "Kilpatrick" is the anglican form of "cill Padraig", which is Gaelic for "The Church of (Saint) Patrick".

  17. cait
    5 years ago

    this website is awesome. it helps me so much

  18. Freddy Jackson
    5 years ago

    This website was a huge help to my mother and I. She teaches a religious education class and this website helped her explain St. Patrick to them. Thanks!

  19. Patrick Mascarenhas
    5 years ago

    I was born on St Patrick's Day and was named after this Great Saint....may St Patrick continue to Inspire and Bless me

    Patrick

  20. Amanda
    5 years ago

    This site was very helpful!


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