Patron Saints

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.

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