He preached Jesus.
We only need three.
Our meditations on the Confession of St. Patrick come to their conclusion with this installment, as Patrick gives all glory to God for the work he was able to accomplish.
Spotify | Stitcher | iTunes | TuneIn | Amazon | Google | Feedly | Anchor | RSS
Patrick concludes his Letter against the Soldiers of Coroticus by calling them to repent.
Here we begin to hear the second extant writing from the hand of St. Patrick, his Letter Against the Soldiers of Coroticus.
Patrick was falsely charged with greediness and seeking personal gain from his ministry. He has a word or two to say about that in Part 9 of Celtic Flame: The Burden of Patrick.
Patrick continues explaining why the demands of ministry would not allow him to return to Britain to answer some spurious charge against him by jealous bishops.