Saint Olaf of Norway By Ryan willson

St. Olaf was born in 995 and died in 1030. He is the patron saint of carvers, difficult marriages, kings, Norway, and the Faroe Islands. His feast day is July 29.
Saint Olaf was the son of a king. He a gen life as a Viking and participated in many battles for Normandy. He helped take over much land.
Olaf was baptized and became the king of Norway. Then, he began the process of christianization in Norway. He called for missionaries to be brought from England to convert the masses.
Olaf was exiled for two years and when he came back to Norway he fought in a battle against those who opposed his Christian values. He was died a martyr in this battle.
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