St. Kenneth

Saint Kenneth was a monk in 550 and founded the monastery of Agahanoe and served as its first abbot. He was also indispensable to the missionary efforts in Scotland. Legend argues that a local stag would hold his Bible with its antlers while he was praying as a hermit. Furthermore, some claim that with only a stern word all of the mice on the Island of Inish Ubdain left. St. Kenneth's feast day is October 11th.
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