Idus of Leinster

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Idus of Leinster was an Irish saint of the fifth century. He was said to be a disciple of Saint Patrick, who baptized him. Saint Idus took part in the Great Evangelization of Ireland. He was made bishop of Alt-Fadha (Ath-Fado) in Leinster by Patrick. Feast day - July 14.

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