Diarmaid, Saint

Diarmaid, Saint
Diarmaid, Saint
Brief biographies of two Irish saints of this name. The first mentioned was Archbishop of Armagh, and died in 851 or 852. The second, St. Diarmaid the Just, was a monastic founder and distinguished writer of the mid-sixth century

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