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Augustine Institute Radio Theatre presents the audio drama The Trials of Saint Patrick - an epic story of one man's spiritual odyssey through hardship and loss, mercy, and forgiveness. Dramatized with a fresh boldness by the Augustine Institute Radio Theatre, the characters will come alive through the talents of dozens of accomplished, award-winning actors including John Rhys-Davies, combined with cinematic sound and music. Your imagination will be quickened. Your heart will be inspired.

Cast includes: Elder Patrick - John Rhys-Davies; Patrick - Seán T. Ó Meallaigh; Festus - Guy Siner; Bishop Jerome - Richard Syms; Deacon Acacius - David Oakley; Sophie - Jade Williams; Dominic - Daniel Philpott; Victor - Ian Cullen; Miliucc - Stephen Greif; Drust - Elizabeth Counsell; Kadri - Chris Emmett; Anna - Dame Siân Phillips; Dichu - David Simeon; Nechthan - Nick Burnell; Bricius - Howard Stableford; Tertius - Patrick Kennedy; Honoratus - Robert Young; Patricius - Louis Philpott; Calpurnius - Julian Wadham; Lochru/Laurentius - Simon Treves; Trolius/Pirate Slaver - Michael Haughey; Bishop Amator - Richard Gibson; Germanus - Gary Whelan; Seanmathair - Cecily O'Neill; Fith - Michael Shea; Lomma - Hamish Clark; Marcus - Harry Gostelow; Fortchern - Joe Rachman; Fergus - Tom Chenhall; Diarmaid - John Fagan; Fedilmid - Dominic Hecht; Scoth Noe - Amaka Okafor; King Laoghaire - Niall Buggy; Queen Angias/Village Woman - Christina Walker; Lucet Mael - Ian McNeice; Palladius - Philip Sherlock; Brig the Beggar Woman - Susie Brann; Brian - Gerard McCarthy; Raith - Peter Moreton, Gary Martin; Auxilius - Sam Woolf; Secundinus - Robert Benfield; Rogatus - Andrew Harrison; Elder Tertius - Hugh Fraser; Dega the Restrainer/Pirate Slaver - Tom Alexander; Macc Cormac - Theo Maggs.

Additional voice talents include Emma Flett, Sallyanne Law, Stuart Pendred, Mark Prentice, and Andrew Williams.

©2017 The Augustine Institute (P)2017 The Augustine Institute

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  • MI, USA
  • 06-08-17

Love Patrick!!

Loved it! So inspiring. I Love Patrick!! He was such a warrior for Christ. So brave and true. He is my hero. He Loved the Lord with all his heart.

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Awesome

I loved it. Just as good as Brother Francis. I didn't know St Patrick struggled this much.

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What a fantastic story!

Every year st. Patrick's Day rolls around I want my kids to know the amazing courage and sacrifice the same made for the expansion of Christendom. The Augustine Institute seems to have worked together with a lot of our favorite authors and producers from Lamplighter Theater to produce this fantastic drama. we're not Catholics and disagreed with some of the theology, but regardless of your background you'll be inspired by Patrick's life and work. We listen to it yearly in March.

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Absolutely amazing and worth the pay

The audiobook was astonishing and I completely loved it. Its absolute Christian thriller and I encourage all interested to purchase it.

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Sr. Patrick It's Nice to Meet You

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes in a heartbeat I would. Because it's engaging.and hard to put down.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Trials of Saint Patrick?

His return trip to Ireland and facing down the demon god of the Picts.

What does the narrators bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

It's full cast radio drama you lose yourself in it . In way you wouldn't with a normal book.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

YES! Without a doubt. I hated to stop listening.

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Excellent story!

Captures and keeps your attention through the multi-voice talents of this radio theatre performance. Great!

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Incredible. Loved it. It could not have been done better

Best telling of the story ever The script music and voice overs were the best

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AMAZING!

so wonderfully done and engaging dramatic everything I have ever wanted in a story about a saint! I hope they do more for other saints!

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Like being back in historic Ireland.

A marvelous rendition of the historical and legendary Saint who, in this epic retelling, is shown as the giant of figure as he should be. Beautifully done, and phenomenal story and acting!

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awesome, praise God

I really enjoyed the story, it was well writen and touched my heart. thank you