Born in a small village in Kerry, Ireland, Peter has been practically raised around the principles of Catholicism. As the village was quite small, and the nearest large town or city would be a half hour's drive away, a distance that their family didn't want to make every week for entertainment, Peter found himself engaged in the activities of the local Catholic church. From a young age, he attended mass, bible school, and spent his days either on or near church grounds. The hollowed chanting of the local priests and monks would accompany him and his friends as they played their games and did generally what children do. Starting from the age of ten, he began to be more and more involved in the church, his first step being an altar boy during mass. He would carry the church's bible to the altar, and would assist in giving communion to the attendees. As he grew, he became more and more invested into church lifestyle, and finally, at the age of 21, he was officially ordained as a priest by the bishop of Kerry. In 1998, he would travel to Chernarus, and would open a chapter in Gvozdno, using the old Orthodox church that had been left abandoned a few years prior, but had been kept in shape by the locals. There he spread the word of God, until 2009, when the Chernarussian civil war broke out. He showed compassion and caring to both sides of the conflict, allowing the sick and the wounded into his church to rest. He would care for and treat them as best he could, but unfortunately, some of his patients did die during their recovery. After the war, he would continue his ordinary duties as a priest, up until the day the infection hit the world. Though at first he would attempt to treat the infected, it became evident that this wasn't any ordinary illness. After having to unfortunately kill a few of his infected patients with a crucifix, he was forced to flee his beloved church, and the village he loved. Now he roams what's left of civilization, taking up shop in whatever place of worship is available, and freely giving aid to those who need it, whether it be material goods or religious guidance.