St. Isidore

Saint Isidore of Seville lived in the 7th century as a scholar and bishop who served as the Archbishop of Seville, Spain. He is known for his prolific writings on a wide range of subjects, including theology, history, and science. Isidore played a key role in preserving and transmitting knowledge from antiquity to the Middle Ages. He is revered as a saint in the Catholic Church for his intellectual contributions and his efforts to promote education.

Feast Day is on April 4.

Patronage: Computers, computer users, computer technicians, and the internet.