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Known in Ireland as Coemgen as well as Kevin, according to tradition he was born at the Fort of the White Fountain in Leinster, Ireland, of royal descent. He was baptized by St. Cronan and educated by St. Petroc. He was ordained, and became a hermit at the Valley of the Two Lakes in Glendalough. After seven years there, he was persuaded to give up his solitary life. He went to Disert-Coemgen, where he founded a monastery for the disciples he ... Continue Reading

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  1. bianca
    4 years ago

    i'm going to use him for my religion essay.he has a cool name.

  2. Monica
    4 years ago

    I wanted to know if he was the patron saint for something.

  3. cole
    4 years ago

    i am using this name for confirmation and also doing a report about him to. <(@_@)>

  4. Kevin
    4 years ago

    Really now...i suddenly appreciate my name a lot more ^_^

  5. Alexis Garcia
    4 years ago

    I'm using this guy for a report in religion.

  6. oran
    4 years ago

    St. Kevin is a really cool name for confirmation!!!

  7. Kev
    4 years ago

    I'll probably choose this saint for confirmation

  8. joker
    4 years ago

    i like this guy


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