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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. Dylan Barkey
    6 years ago


  2. marcinser
    6 years ago

    this is a GREAT page, i am doing a project on him and this helps lots!! :))

  3. marcel
    6 years ago

    he is cool by how he converted almost all of Ireland

  4. AJ
    6 years ago

    Just because a saint has the same background as you doesn't mean you should pick him. Picking a saint should be about being inspired of what they have done not because they have the same background as you

  5. Doctor Theodore Cooper
    6 years ago

    ALthough Saint Patrick is the Patron Saint of Ireland that does not make him Irish he was actually born in Scotland which would make him Scottish.

  6. Andrew
    6 years ago

    Patrick is Scottish Isis and Molly. He just lived in Ireland for a long time.

  7. isis and molly
    6 years ago

    i love ireland because im irish and i love patrick good old patrick, the best saint ever because he is irish and i'm irish.
    : ) xxx

  8. patrick
    6 years ago

    patrick is da best i did a project on him and got an A+!

  9. Kathy
    6 years ago

    Great site! Helped me lotsss =]

  10. jennifer
    6 years ago

    i am doing a report on him too because he is cool nice and because i am irsh

  11. P-Money
    6 years ago

    St. Patrick is really cool. I had to research him for a power point project. I'm glad I chose him !!!! :)

  12. Rachael
    6 years ago

    I am born on st patricks day which is the 17th of March and i feel a special connection to him due to this. he was a great man

  13. Patrick
    6 years ago

    my name is Patrick and I'm Irish. I think he rocks. He drove away all the snakes in Ireland too.

  14. Mr.Dude
    6 years ago

    i think that saint Patrick was an awesome dude. Rock on.

  15. marcellino
    6 years ago

    i think that the saint is the best.

  16. CELTIC
    6 years ago


  17. kiddnapper
    6 years ago

    what was st patrick terrible sin he committed to get himself kiddnapped by yhe kings of CELTIC IRELAND HE WAS A ROMAN.

  18. Brendan
    6 years ago

    With regards to "Patrick dying at Saul"

    Local tradition has it that Patrick died at Raholp which is about 1/2mile down the road from Saul and where, to this day, the remains of what is believed to be the oldest Church in Ireland, St. Tassach's Church, are to be found.

    St. Tassach, Patrick's first convert, gave Patrick the Last Rites, according to tradition.

    NB. "Tassach" is also "Tassac" depending on whether one uses New Irish Gaelic or Old Irish Gaelic.

    NB. Raholp is also believed, through tradition, to be the place on Strangford Lough where St. Patrick first arrived to convert the Irish, walking up the now known "Myra Road" to where St. Tassach’s Church ruins now stand on St. Patrick's Road.

  19. morgan
    6 years ago

    this is a GREAT website, im doing a project on a saint and this helps LOTS :))

  20. morgan
    6 years ago

    this is a GREAT page, i am doing a project on him and this helps lots!! :))

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