This morning (Monday, Feb. 12) I received a note saying that the Pope would be naming St. Isidore the patron saint of the Internet. A thoughtful idea, since his scholarship in Spain during the 7th Century pre-dates the Internet by a few nanoseconds.
However, this source says that he’s already the patron saint of not just the Internet but of of computer technicians, computer users, computers, schoolchildren, students:
Another good reference:
So, what we need here is a Catholic Church tech support expert’s opinon – are we covered or not?
(P.S., his Saint’s Day is coming up – April 4).