Saint Patrick and the Kingdom Dolorous

O'Malley, Austin
March 1917
America;3/10/1917, Vol. 16 Issue 22, p516
The article discusses the visitation of Saint Patrick at the Kingdom of Dolorous in Ulster, Ireland. According to the article, Saint Patrick has long been visiting the place to convince King Laeghaire to convert the religious belief wherein he was approached by a strange beautiful girl and ask for blessing. In addition, the author notes that the Catholic faith and belief of the King's daughter has helped Saint Patrick get the trust of the King and convert him to Christianity.


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