St Patrick Journey.
Slemish, historically called Slieve Mish (from Irish: Sliabh Mis, meaning 'Mis's mountain'), is a hill in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It lies a few miles east of Ballymena, in the townland of Carnstroan. Tradition holds that Saint Patrick, enslaved as a youth, was brought to this area and tended sheep herds on Slemish, and that during this time he found God.
Saul Monastery (from Irish: Sabhall Phádraig, meaning 'Patrick's barn')It is claimed that Patrick founded his first church in a barn at Saul, which was donated to him by a local chieftain called Dichu. It is also claimed that Patrick died at Saul or was brought there between his death and burial. Nearby, on the crest of Slieve Patrick, is a huge statue of Patrick with bronze panels showing scenes from his life.
Saint Patrick's Oratory at the top of Croagh Patrick, County Mayo
Croagh Patrick, County Mayo (from Irish: Cruach Phádraig, meaning 'Patrick's stack')It is claimed that Patrick climbed this mountain and fasted on its summit for the forty days of Lent. Croagh Patrick draws thousands of pilgrims who make the trek to the top on the last Sunday in July.
Downpatrick, County Down (from Irish: Dún Pádraig, meaning 'Patrick's stronghold')[failed verification]It is claimed that Patrick was brought here after his death and buried in the grounds of Down Cathedral.
St Patrick Life Video
The Video Below is about St Patrick Life and the Video Playlist below is 5 Videos is to celebrate St Patrick Day.
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