Saint Patrick

Saint Saint Patrick

Saint Patrick was a Romano-Briton and Christian missionary, who is the most generally recognized patron saint of Ireland or the Apostle of Ireland, although Brigid of Kildare and Colmcille are also formally patron saints. Two authentic letters from him survive, from which come the only universally accepted details of his life.
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Delta @ 20: Hows govs ruled the state – Comrade Macaulay - Vanguard
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After that, you go about 500 metres of no development before you get to the hospital and after the hospital, you go about another 500 metres before you get to Saint Patrick's College, that was the end of Asaba. So what you see today, from the Summit
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Five Civic-Minded Stonehamites - Patch.com
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Saint Patrick Parish Pastoral Associate Sr. Marylou Cassidy: "Pastoral Associate at St. Patrick's for the past 17 years she is the unsung hero to many who are experiencing death and dying, comforting those who are grieving and no one to turn to
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Helen “Marie” Legerski - Platte County Record Times
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A funeral liturgy for Helen “Marie” Legerski, 75, will be held at 11:00 AM, Friday September 2, 2011 at Saint Patrick's Catholic Church in Wheatland, Wyoming with Father Tom Kadera as the Celebrant. Helen Marie (McCabe) Legerski went to be with the
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Community irked over frequent street closures in Chinatown - KHON2
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On certain days of the year, Chinatown is the place to be whether it's Chinese New Year or Saint Patrick's Day. Those events have become woven into the fabric of the neighborhood. "You gotta follow the rules, you gotta let your neighbors know what
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Man charged over Saint Patrick's College fraud - 3News NZ
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The man's charges relate to the alleged misappropriation of money at Kilbirnie's Saint Patrick's College. He was arrested earlier this week, and faces eight charges of dishonestly accessing a computer and one representative charge of money laundering,
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Saint Patrick's in Youngstown celebrating its centennial - WFMJ
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"It brings everybody back to Saint Pat's. Maybe they haven't seen each other for years. So we brought them back. We have pictures up of all the classes so people can see their old school pictures, which is awesome. Everybody likes that," said
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St. Patrick's Cathedral to Hold 9/11 Memorial Mass - NBC New York
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Saint Patrick's Cathedral will hold a special memorial Mass on Sunday, Sept. 11 to mark the 10th anniversary of the terror attacks. Archbishop Timothy Dolan will lead the Mass at 9 am, the New York Archdiocese said Tuesday
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Tommy Sharkey dies days after learning of deaths of 2 children in house fire - Daily Mail
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Thomas Sharkey won a golf scholarship to Georgia Southern University in the US after leaving Our Lady and Saint Patrick's High in Dumbarton in 2008. In his biography on the Georgia Southern Eagles website, he described himself as 'ambitious and
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Monica 'Mona' Lisa Alonzo - Lexington Clipper Herald
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Mass of Christian Burial will be 10 am, Saturday, July 30 at Saint Patrick's Catholic Church with the Rev. James Novakowski officiating. Inurnment will follow at the North Platte City Cemetery. Visitation will be Friday from 9 am to 9 pm at Adams and
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Around the Diocese - Intermountain Catholic
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Saint Patrick Parish Festival Days — Friday Aug. 5 from 5 pm to 10 pm and Saturday Aug., 6 1 pm to 10 pm, at Saint Patrick Church, 1058 West 400 South, Salt Lake City. There will be ethnic foods, live entertainment, kids game booths, silent auction,
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Scenery, Adventure And Tradition In The West Of Ireland - The Chattanoogan
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The annual trek is to pay homage to Saint Patrick, who according to legend, fasted at the summit for 40 days in 441 AD and then banished all the snakes and demons from Ireland. Some pilgrims even follow a tradition of climbing the 2500-foot summit
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Correction: Chesterton Saint Patrick ISTEP scores even higher - Chesterton Tribune
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The grade-by-grade breakdown of the ISTEP scores published in Monday's Chesterton Tribune showed that St. Patrick School students posted some very high scores. But the scores in the story were in error.The results were for a different St. Patrick's
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Guitarist Richard Smith performing at Saint Patrick's Episcopal - Huntersville Herald
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MOORESVILLE – Richard Smith, a finger-style guitarist who has toured the world, will perform July 31, a Sunday, at 7:30 pm at Saint Patrick's Episcopal Church, 201 Fairview Road. Smith performs a repertoire spanning an incredible range of musical
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  • 1783
    Age -234
    Saint Patrick's Saltire is a red saltire on a white field. It is used in the insignia of the Order of Saint Patrick, established in 1783, and after the Acts of Union 1800 it was combined with the Saint George's Cross of England and the Saint Andrew's Cross of Scotland to form the Union Flag of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
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    There are two main types of crosses associated with St. Patrick, the cross pattée and the saltire. The cross pattée is the more traditional association, while the association with the saltire dates from 1783 and the Order of St. Patrick.
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  • 6320
    Writing on the Easter controversy in 632 or 633, Cummian—it is uncertain whether this is Cumméne Fota, associated with Clonfert, or Cumméne Find—does refer to Patrick, calling him "our papa", that is, pope or primate.
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  • 5530
    Supporting the later date, the annals record that in 553 "the relics of Patrick were placed sixty years after his death in a shrine by Colum Cille" (emphasis added).
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  • 4610
    In 461/2 the annals say that "Here some record the repose of Patrick"; in 492/3 they record the death of "Patrick, the arch-apostle (or archbishop and apostle) of the Scoti", on 17 March, at the age of 120.
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  • 4570
    In 457 "the elder Patrick" is said to have died: this may refer to the death of Palladius, who according to the Book of Armagh was also called Patrick.
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