Malachy, Saint
Malachy, Saint
Abbot of Bangor, later Archbishop of Armagh, d. 1148. Article includes testimony from St. Bernard of Clairvaux on St. Malachy's character

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  • Malachy (given name) — Malachy is a name with two sources. St. Malachi (1095 1148 AD) was the Bishop of Armagh who adopted the name from the Hebrew prophet Malachi whose name means my angel or messenger of God. It is also linked to the High King Maoilseachlainn devotee …   Wikipedia

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