Today (3 August) we commemorate St. Trea (or Trega, Treha) the Recluse of Ardtrea (5th C). The alternate spelling makes me suspect that Trea is pronounced with two syllables, like Thea. It seems that Trea was baptized by, or at least inspired to the Christian life by, St Patrick. Under the Oak reproduces O’Hanlon’s account of her story, so I won’t (except to correct ‘nourished’ in the first para to ‘flourished’). Fr O’Hanlon appears to be the only one who mentions her at all, so that’s that.
Holy St Trega, pray to God for us.