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The Saint

Director: Phillip NoyceWriters: Jonathan Hensleigh and Wesley StrickDirector of Photography:Phil MeheuxEditor:Terry RawlingsMusic:Graeme RevellProduction Designer:Joseph Nemec IIIProducers:Dav…

Saint Chad

Also Known As: St. CeaddaSaint Chad was bishop of both York and Lichfield during the 7th century A.D. After the U.S. presidential elections of 2000, when paper ballot segments called 'chads' were a k…

Saint Patrick

Saint Patrick is the Catholic saint who is celebrated each year on March 17th, which is called Saint Patrick's Day. He is revered by Christians for establishing the church in Ireland during the fifth …

Saint Valentine

Saint Valentine, according to romantic legend, was a kind-hearted Roman priest who married young couples against the wishes of Emperor Claudius II, and was beheaded for his deeds on the 14th of Februa…

Saint Kevin

Patron of blackbirds, the archdiocese of Dublin, Ireland, and Glendalough, Ireland by Ann-Marie Imbornoni St. Kevin (498?–618) Also known as Coemgen and Kevin of the…

Saint Brendan

Patron of boatmen, sailors, travelers, and whales by Ann-Marie Imbornoni St. Brendan (486?–578?) Also known as St. Brendan the Voyager, St. Brendan the Navigator, and St. Brandon Born nea…

Saint Ita

The revered teacher of St. Brendan by Ann-Marie Imbornoni St. Ita (480?–570?) Also known as St. Ide and Brigid of Munster Born in County Waterford, St. Ita later settled …

Saint Kieran

A visionary who founded a great Irish monastery by Ann-Marie Imbornoni St. Kieran (516?–549?) Also known as St. Ciaran Born in Roscommon, Connacht, Kieran left his boyhoo…

Saint Malachy

The first Irish saint to be canonized by a pope, in 1199 by Ann-Marie Imbornoni St. Malachy (1094?–1148) St. Malachy is known principally as a reformer of the Irish cler…

Saint Brigid

Patron of babies, blacksmiths, cows and dairy workers, Ireland, midwives, poets, sailors, scholars, and travelers by Ann-Marie Imbornoni St. Brigid (453?–523?) Also know…