Objective: In the 4th century AD, Irish pirates captured a boy in Roman Britain and forced him to work as a slave. Yet, God chose this faithful boy to change the fate of an entire nation. 

Learn what happens when God calls the humble boy Patrick out of slavery to serve the Irish people. 

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Course curriculum

  • 01

    Religious Education - Middle School - Catechism - St. Patrick - Lesson 1

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    • Introduction
    • Resources for Students, Parents, and Teachers
    • Religious Education - Middle School - Catechism - St. Patrick - Lesson 1 - STUDY GUIDE
    • Religious Education - Middle School - Catechism - St. Patrick - Lesson 1 - VIDEO
    • Religious Education - Middle School - Catechism - St. Patrick - Lesson 1 - QUIZ
  • 02

    Religious Education - Middle School - Catechism - St. Patrick - Lesson 2

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    • Introduction
    • Resources for Students, Parents, and Teachers
    • Religious Education - Middle School - Catechism - St. Patrick - Lesson 2 - STUDY GUIDE
    • Religious Education - Middle School - Catechism - St. Patrick - Lesson 2 - VIDEO
    • Religious Education - Middle School - Catechism - St. Patrick - Lesson 2 - QUIZ

Instructor(s)

Instructor Bio:

Marissa Romero is a dedicated writer and editor for Catholic Online where she has worked for many years. She is a graduate of the California State University system and has earned a bachelor's degree in Communications. She is committed to her mission of promoting excellence in Catholic Education.

Marissa Romero

Instructor

Marissa Romero