St. Patrick of Ireland: A Biography
A portrait of Ireland's patron saint discusses his youth as a Roman citizen, his enslavement by Irish pirates, his decision to convert the Irish to Christianity, and the letters that revealed information about his belief system and life in Ireland.
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