St Columba: The Irish Saint Who Made Scotland

St Columba: The Saint Who Made Scotland

Saint Columba was the monk who made Scotland. Whether he was at the birth of Scotland, or the midwife who prepared for Scotland’s origins, his influence spread from Iona, to the Picts and even Saxon England. If you want to know where Scots came from, you need to know St Columba (Colm Cille)
Dunkeld Cathedral is intricately linked to St Columba. Paganism gave way to the Celtic Church as part of the formation of Scotland and Saint Columba was it’s root as Pictland and Dal Riata became Alba
Credit to : Scotland History Tours

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