|Date of Birth||October 30, 1961 (Age: 60)|
|Place of Birth||Northern Ireland|
Eamon Martin was born on October 30, 1961 in Northern Ireland. This Roman Catholic religious leader succeeded cardinal Sean Brady in 2014 to assume the position of Archbishop of Armagh in Northern Ireland. The change in leadership occurred as a direct result of Brady’s decision to step down as Archbishop in the wake of allegations that he had covered up instances of child abuse that occurred in churches located in Armagh.
After graduating from Maynooth University with degrees in theology and mathematics, he began working as a teacher and assistant priest in Derry, which is located in Northern Ireland. He served as the chairman of the National Board of the Catholic Church for the Protection of Children. He spent his childhood in Derry, which is located in Northern Ireland, where he was born.