"St. Donnan brought Christianity to many places in the West Highlands in the seventh century before settling on Eigg.
"According to local folklore, he became a martyr after he was killed by Norsemen, along with 50 monks, while giving Mass on Easter Sunday in the year 617."
Since the "sola fide" salvation doctrine --- "the article upon which the Church stands or falls" --- coined in the 16th Century (Luther) would have been unknown to the 7th Century Christian, who could fault St. Donnan for following the ancient paths and bringing the Gospel to the Scots?
There was some(handful(counted with your fingers for the leaders)) of those was "saint" by the RCI who were truly Biblical saints, like Patrick of Scotland(not St.Patrick), he want "sainted" by the RCI because he did a better job leading the Irish people to the Lord, and I believe Patrick is as happy as Mary is, they want to be the among those to kick the dope's behind.
I can't help but think that some of the stories posted here are intended as Protestant bait to see if there are still any RCC protesters out there. I'll bite.
I don't like to see good Bible words being abused but it happens in the news all the time. This article abuses words like 'saint' and 'Christian'. How could this man have been a Christian in the Biblical (real) sense if he was spreading the pseudo-christian cult of Roman Catholicism which damns its followers to hell?
I agree with Spurgeon in his 'War! War! War!' sermon: We must have no truce, no treaty with Rome. War! War! War! with her! There cannot be peace. She cannot have peace with us - we cannot have peace with her. She hates the true Church, and we can only say that the hatred is reciprocated. We would not lay a hand on her priests; we would not touch a hair of their heads. Let them be free; but we will attempt to destroy their doctrine from the face of the earth because it is the doctrine of demons. O God, let the Roman Catholic Church perish, let it be consumed in the smoke.