Patrick, Andrew, David and George, the four patron saints on Ireland and Great Britain created during the last 1600 years, canonised by Rome, presented for Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England: acclaimed as miracle performers: the nations Christian symbols.
But who were they; what did they do; where did these miracles take place; when did this occur; how and why did this happen?
National representatives, hailed as hero’s, revered and worshipped as saints. The embodiment of Christian faith within our neighbouring islands. The earliest bearers of a new universal Roman identity, primarily by both of the largest Catholic churches – Roman, and Anglican after schisms following King Henry VIII’s rebellion against Roman authority.