According to his confessio, during the six years he tended his master's flock he prayed hundreds of times a day. His six years of captivity prepared him for his future apostolate. He was fluent in Celtic and used his knowledge to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ's Passion, Death, and Resurrection. He died on March 17, 493.
Also, Cuisine Kathleen is hosting her annual St. Patrick's Day Blog Crawl on March 15. Start thinking now about your fun St. Patrick's Day post and join in the fun.
I am submitting this post as my homework for Jenny Matlock's Alphabe Thursday. Visit Jenny's blog to read more essays for the letter S.
MAKE IT A GREAT DAY!