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Saint Patrick wrote an autobiographical "confession" which has survived until our time. Saint Patrick lived in a settlement called Bannavem Taburniae in Scotland. When he was 16 years old, he was captured by marauders and abducted to Ireland to work as a slave. He believed it was punishment for not following the precepts of God. He worked on his master's farm and tended to the sheep. Saint Patrick began to love God profoundly, praying many times a day as he tended the flock, praying up to 100 times a day, and around the same number in the night. One of these nights in his sleep, Saint Patrick heard a voice advising him to fast and that his ship is ready. The saint then fled from his master and went along a route guided by God, travelling some two hundred miles to a port, where a ship was prepared to set out. After travelling 3 days on the seas and 28 days on land, they ran out of food. Thanks to Saint Patrick's prayers, a herd of pigs appeared on the road before them, leaving them sated and satisfied for the many days to come. Saint Patrick returned to Ireland despite his family's claims that he would be exposed to many dangers should he return to Ireland with his sacred calling. He composed a prayer to help with the coming task, a prayer now known as "St Patrick's Breast Plate". After many altercations with the Druids, Saint Patrick traveled the length and breadth of Ireland, building churches and preaching to the people. Before his death in 493, he consecrated hundreds of bishops and cast down many graven idols.

Feast day: 17th March 

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Saint Patrick 41" - 12746

Saint Patrick 41" - 12746

Saint Patrick wrote an autobiographical "confession" which has survived until our time. Saint Patrick lived in a settlement called Bannavem Taburniae in Scotland. When he was 16 years old, he was captured by marauders and abducted to Ireland to work as a slave. He believed it was punishment for not following the precepts of God. He worked on his master's farm and tended to the sheep. Saint Patrick began to love God profoundly, praying many times a day as he tended the flock, praying up to 100 times a day, and around the same number in the night. One of these nights in his sleep, Saint Patrick heard a voice advising him to fast and that his ship is ready. The saint then fled from his master and went along a route guided by God, travelling some two hundred miles to a port, where a ship was prepared to set out. After travelling 3 days on the seas and 28 days on land, they ran out of food. Thanks to Saint Patrick's prayers, a herd of pigs appeared on the road before them, leaving them sated and satisfied for the many days to come. Saint Patrick returned to Ireland despite his family's claims that he would be exposed to many dangers should he return to Ireland with his sacred calling. He composed a prayer to help with the coming task, a prayer now known as "St Patrick's Breast Plate". After many altercations with the Druids, Saint Patrick traveled the length and breadth of Ireland, building churches and preaching to the people. Before his death in 493, he consecrated hundreds of bishops and cast down many graven idols.

Feast day: 17th March 

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Saint Patrick 41" - 12746

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High quality statue made of a strong and lightweight resin, making it easy for handling. Expertly crafted using traditional moulds. Hand painted with fine attention to detail. Ideal for indoor and outdoor use. Available in a multitude of finishes, including an optional special weather-proof coating to allow for long lasting outdoor display.

If required, colour and detail customisation is available upon request.

Church furnishings may incur additional delivery costs; this is dependant on shipping location, with a minimum delivery charge of £24.99

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12746

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Height
41"
Weight
Up To 10kg

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