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St. Patrick

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saint Patrick was a Christian Missionary and is the Patron Saint of Ireland along with Brigid of Kildare and Columba. Patrick was born in Roman Britain. When he was about sixteen he was captured by Irish raiders and taken as a slave to Ireland, where he lived for six years before escaping and returning to his family. He entered the church, as his father and grandfather had before him becoming a deacon and a bishop. He later returned to Ireland as a missionary, working in the north and west of the island, but little is known about the places where he actually worked and no link can be made with Patrick and any church. By the eighth century he had become the patron saint of Ireland. The Irish monastery system evolved after the time of Patrick and the Irish church did not develop the diocesan model that Patrick and the other early missionaries had tried to establish.

In 33 years he effectively converted Ireland. In the Middle Ages, Ireland became known as the land of Saints, and during the Dark ages, its monasteries were the great repositories of learning in Europe, all a consequence of Patrick’s ministry. Born 387-390 at Scotland as Maewyn Succat Died 461-464 at Saul, County Down, Ireland Canonized Pre-Congregation name meaning warlike.

 

Family ID Head of the Family
01-0001 THOMASINE FERNANDES
01-0002 DESMOND LOBO
01-0003 CAESAR FERNANDES
01-0004 LETITIA  MENDONCA
01-0005 CLIFFORD PEREIRA
01-0006 JOHN CARVALHO
01-0007 MILAGRINE BARRETTO
01-0009 DENIS SEQUEIRA
01-0011 NEVELL  PIMENTO
01-0012 PATRICIA ZELMA D'SOUZA
01-0013 AGNES WADIA
01-0014 FRANCIS D'SOUZA
01-0015 VALERIAN MENEZES
01-0016 PATRICIA LEWIS
01-0017 CLIFFORD FARIA
01-0018 NELSON D'SOUZA
01-0019 PANSY ALMEIDA
01-0020 ELIAS D'SA
01-0021 LEISL TODANKAR
01-0023 JOSEPH CHIRIYANKANDATH
01-0024 ASHLYN BRAGANZA
01-0025 MELWYN BARBOZA
01-0026 ROCKY CASTELINO
01-0027 ANIL JOSEPH
01-0028 ALEXANDER GOMES
01-0029 CLIFFORD LOPES
01-0030 SHARLOTTE SHARATH
01-0031 TONY D'COSTA
01-0032 PHYLLIS LOPES
01-0033 MANUEL FERNANDES
01-0034 GLENN PEREIRA
01-0035 EDWARD MENDONSA
01-0036 FELIX PINTO
01-0037 CATHERINE FERNANDES
01-0038 ANTHONY VAZ
01-0039 JAMES D'SOUZA
01-0040 MADAN ARORA
01-0041 K.J. JOY
01-0042 DAVID COOPER
01-0043 FRANCIS MENEZES
01-0044 DAPHNE D'SOUZA
01-0045 CELINE COELHO
01-0046 MARSHAL FERRAO
01-0047 DALIA SHRIDHARAN
01-0050 BERNARD COELHO
01-0051 CLIFFORD ROSE
01-0052 PASCOAL FERNANDES
01-0053 RAYMOND FERNANDES
01-0054 JOHN JAIRAJ
01-0055 HERALD MONTEIRO
01-0056 P.J. THOMAS
01-0057 MARIA FLORA D'SILVA
01-0058 ASHWYN QUADROS
01-0059 PRAVEEN JAMES D'SOUZA
01-0060 JOY KANNAMPUZHA
01-0061 EDWARD PINTO
01-0062 MARIA D'COSTA
01-0063 JOHNSON ANTHONY
01-0064 DAVID COUTINHO
01-0065 LUIZA D'MELLO
01-0066 ANDREW D'SOUZA
01-0067 JOSEPH CARNEIRO
01-0068 ROLAND DECRUZ
01-0069 ARICKMARY JOSEPH
01-0070 VINOD BHOSALE
01-0071 MELVILLE FERNANDES
01-0072 PRAVIN IVAN LOBO
01-0073 LAWRENCE F. GOMES
01-0074 DEVRAJ ANTHONY
01-0075 IVAN ARANHA
01-0076 MAXIM PINTO
01-0104 LETITIA  MENDONCA
01-0105 CHARLES D'SOUZA
01-0106 RONALD D'SOUZA
01-0107 PETER MISQUITH
01-0320 LANCY D'SOUZA
01-0321 ANTHONY J. DOS SANTOS
01-0326 RITA BRITTO
01-0327 ALLWYN AFFONSO
01-0328 DENNIS ALBUQUERQUE
01-0329 LINDA GOMENDES
01-0330 MANUEL D'SOUZA
01-0331 MARIO D'SOUZA
01-0332 VINCENT COUTINHO
01-0333 TALASHA DHAR
01-0356 MICHAEL D'SOUZA
01-0358 ANITA VERMA
01-0359 EDMUND RODRIGUES
01-0361 XAVIER NAZARETH
01-0362 GODWIN SEQUEIRA
01-0363 SEBASTIAO FERNANDES
01-0364 JOSEPH JESUDAS
01-0365 DANIEL MARCUS
01-0366 CHRISTOPHER FERNANDES
01-0367 MARIA NAVALE
01-0368 GIJI JAMES
01-0369 CHRISTOPHER FERNANDES
01-0372 STEVEN DIAS
01-0373 ROCKY DIAS
01-0374 HAMILTON FERNANDEZ
01-0376 STANLEY DIAS
01-0377 AUGUSTINE MONDAL
01-0378 NOEL PINTO
01-0380 PERCYVELLON NAZARETH
01-0381 IRIS PATEL
01-0383 MARIA RAJAN
01-0384 JERRY RODRIGUES
01-0385 ROSE MOTWANI
01-0386 HELEN D'SOUZA
01-0387 LANCY VEGAS
01-0388 NAVEEN D'SILVA
01-0389 IGNATIUS D'SOUZA
17-0008 MERLYN  D'SA
19-0202 CECIL CORNELLO  
19-0210 DINESH PUTHRAN  
19-0319 PHILOMENA WILSON  

 

 
     
 
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