Just like St. Patrick, we're called to be missionaries in our own age. Learn all about his missionary heart and strategy.
On St. Patrick’s Day, everyone is Irish. The celebration is an example that at least we still have a Christian memory in the West, but as we tumble toward, what many are calling, a post-Christian culture, the heritage of this apostle to Ireland might be lost, if we don't stop and consider his message and his mission.
So, who is this Saint named Patrick, whose feast we celebrate during Lent? And why does it even matter? Because just like Patrick, we're called to be missionaries in our own age. Only our mission field is right outside our windows.
Objective: In this course, students will learn about St. Patrick's return to Ireland and the great work he accomplished with his powerful mission.
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St. Patrick - LESSON PLAN / STUDY GUIDE
St. Patrick - VIDEO
St. Patrick - Live Lesson Recording with Professor Marshall Connolly (03/17/22)
St. Patrick - Quiz
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“A good course with a lot of about St.Patrick, 5 stars.”→Read Less
“Very interesting course! I learned a lot about St, Patrick and Irish history!”
“Very interesting course! I learned a lot about St, Patrick and Irish history!”→Read Less
“The text was easy to read and very informative. I have learned new things about St. Patrick. Awesome.”
“The text was easy to read and very informative. I have learned new things about St. Patrick. Awesome.”→Read Less
“Very informative course, thank you.”
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