Saint Isidore is not the official patron of computers and the Internet, but he is widely considered to be the most likely candidate. During his time, the seventh century, he assembled an encyclopedia of everything known at the time. His supporters consider this the first database, which is their major reason for him to become patron of the Internet. He became Archbishop of Seville, Spain after his brother, c. 601.
b. c.560 Cartagena, Spain -d. 4/4/636 Seville, Spain
Patronage: Students, Internet/Computers.
Feast Day: April 4