Saint Malachy is the patron of Ireland. He instituted celibacy regulations, as well as other disciplines, on the Irish clergy as Bishop of Connor. Furthermore, Saint Malachy replaced the “Stowe” missal with the Roman liturgy in order to bring uniformity. He is remembered for numerous miraculous cures and his gift of prophecy manifested in his prophecy of the line of pontiffs. St. Malachy's feast day is November 3rd.