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St. Patrick is one of Ireland's patron saints. Who are the other two?
Patron saints of Ireland including Brigid of Kildare and Columba of Iona. Early life of both Brigid and Columba as well as miracles and life deeds attributed to both. read more
Not because I knew, but I researched; St. Brigid of Ireland. Was baptized by st. Patrick. She established a monastery.
The other one is St. Columbia. He became a missionary and formed a monastery in Ireland.
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