Saint Patrick was a Catholic bishop and never married.
He died in Ireland.
Yes, Saint Patrick is a saint. That is why he has the title "Saint" before his name.
Saint Patrick is not an archangel.
No, Saint Patrick was not a thief.
Saint Patrick was not married.
He probably died of complications of old age.
Yes, St. Patrick is really a saint.
Saint Patrick is buried in Down Patrick, Northern Ireland
Saint Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland, Montserrat and Nigeria.
Saint Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland.
Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland and Nigeria.
Saint Patrick was a man. Saint Patricia was a woman.
You have it backwards. Saint Patrick's Day was named after Saint Patrick. March 15 is the Catholic feast day of Saint Patrick.
People are only made saints after they die. So there was no "first thing Saint Patrick had to do as a saint." However, the first thing anyone who later becomes a Saint MUST do in their lifetime is BELIEVE and HAVE FAITH. Anything else the person does proceeds from faith.
Patrick was quite old and probably died from complications due to his age. There is no other information available.
No, Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland and Nigeria, not Portugal.
Patrick is the patron saint of both Ireland and Nigeria.
Saint Patrick was the bishop of Ireland.
March 17 is the feast of Saint Patrick.
Saint Patrick was never a pope.
No, Saint Patrick is Saint Patrick and not known by another saint's name. His birth name, however, was Maewyn Succat.
Saint Darerca of Ireland is said to have been a sister of Saint Patrick.
No, St. Patrick is still a saint.
No, Saint Patrick was from Roman Britain, probably Scotland.