The author provides a short history of Patrick, known as the "apostle of Ireland," indeed one of the most successful missionaries to Ireland. The article draws important lessons from the life of Patrick, including Christ's command to "love your enemies and do good to those who hate you" (Luke 6:27).
This article is about Patrick of Ireland (ca. 389-461).
This article mentions ten items about St. Patrick, including what he wrote, his conversion, and work.
Who is the real saint Patrick? To answer this question this article looks at his missionary labours in Ireland. It considers his preaching and how eschatology shaped his view of mission.
Who is the real saint Patrick? This article argues that in his faith and love for the truth, and in his planting of churches, Patrick was far from the Roman Catholic Church's portrayal of him.