March 10, 2020

Jennifer Paxton, clinical assistant professor of history, was quoted by The Washington Post about the history of St. Patrick. 

..."Before he became a saint, Patrick was born in England, captured by slave traders when he was a teenager, and lived in Ireland for six years, said Jennifer Paxton, a Catholic University of America historian who focuses on England, Ireland and the Celtic world. He escaped slavery and then felt called to go back to Ireland to convert the people of Ireland to Christianity."...

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