In Ireland, on Slemish Mountain.
On Slemish Mountain in Ireland.
There are statues of St. Patrick in many churches in Ireland. There are also statues of him in significant places associated with him, like Croagh Patrick, a mountain in county Mayo.
On Slemish mountain in county Antrim, Ireland.
Croagh Patrick in county Mayo in the west of Ireland is sometimes referred to as St. Patrick's mountain.
The official colour of Ireland is actually blue, not green as many people think. It is known as St. Patrick's blue. At the time of St. Patrick, Ireland would not have had a national colour.
Saint Patrick is the patron saint of all of Ireland. Northern Ireland is only in existence as a separate entity since 1922. St. Patrick brought Christianity to all of Ireland and there are a number of places in modern day Northern Ireland that he is associated with, like Downpatrick and Slemish mountain. The Catholic Church is organised on an all-Ireland basis, and the head of the Catholic Church in Ireland is based in Armagh, which is in Northern Ireland.
He tended sheep in the countryside in Ireland.He was a shepherd.
St. Patrick was not driven out of Ireland.
Patrick took Christianity to Ireland.
The color green for Ireland stands for the official color of Saint Patrick. In the United States, the color green symbolizes jealousy.
It is one of the symbols of Ireland, though not the official symbol. When St. Patrick came to Ireland it is said that he used the shamrock as a way of explaining how there are 3 gods in one God.
Patrick was sent to Ireland as a bishop.
St Patrick was sold as a slave into Ireland.
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The cast of Lament for Patrick Ireland - 2010 includes: Robert Ballagh Patrick Ireland as himself
According to legend, following his capture and being brought to Ireland as a slave, Patrick worked as a shepherd at Slemish Mountain for about six years, from ages 16 through 22.
Patrick was about 22 years old when he escaped from Ireland.
St. Patrick converted much of Ireland to Christianity.
Saint Patrick was for evangelizing the people of Ireland and not the rats.
St. Patrick spread the Catholic religion in Ireland.
St. Patrick brought Christianity to Ireland. He is Ireland's patron saint. He spent some time on Slemish mountain as a slave minding sheep.
He was taken to Slemish, historically called Slieve Mish, a mountain in County Antrin, Northen Ireland.
St. Patrick was not from Ireland. He came from another country, possibly Scotland or England or even France, and brought Christianity to Ireland when he came. He is buried in Ireland and is the patron saint of Ireland.
St Patrick drove all snakes out of Ireland.