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Bishop of Ireland, the son
of Sechnaa, the psalm singer of St, Patrick. Sechnan was a chief in Meath, Ireland, converted by St.
Patrick. Benignus became a disciple of St. Patrick and succeeded him as the chief bishop of Ireland.
He converted the Irish in Clare, Kerry, and Connaught. Benignus served as the superior of an abbey
at Drumlease, erected by St. Patrick.
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