The Celtic Conversion

The story goes of a Celtic Warrior in ancient Ireland who boasted of killing an enemy every day of the week. Upon his conversion to the faith, however, in order to keep Sundays holy, he would kill two on Saturday.


I believe it. There’s a reason the Romans didn’t really get into the northern part of Great Britain.

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It could be true, but I prefer the story of St Patrick lighting his Easter Vigil bonfire and the pagan king’s army not being able to extinguish it :innocent:

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