Celebrating Saint Patrick's Day
St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland is
believed to have brought Christianity to Ireland
in the fourth century. He is believed to have
removed many practices followed by pagan religions
during that time. He is famous for having driven
away all the snakes from Ireland, which refers to
the practice of snake worshipping. He is thought
to have died on 17th March. Some stories about him
are products of fertile imaginations over the
St Patrick's Day Destinations
St. Patrick's Day is celebrated by a number of
nations worldwide generally on the 17th of March
to commemorate Saint Patrick, one of the legendary
patron saints of Ireland. To the Irish and Irish
at heart, St. Patrick's Day is the most festive
event, celebrated in large cities and small towns
with parades, music, Irish food and drink,
parades, fun activities for children and most
importantly, "the wearing of green".
Though St. Patrick's Day was originally celebrated
by people of Irish decent, today the event is
becoming increasingly popular among people of
other ethnic backgrounds, particularly in....Read
Get Ready To Celebrate St. Patrick's
Day In Style Whether you're Irish or
simply love Irish traditions and holidays, St.
Patrick's Day brings Irish cheer to many people
around the world. St. Patrick's Day is a
celebration of all things Irish, commemorated on
March 17 when many families gather and serve
cabbage, corned beef, and delightful mint
chocolate pies. Some cities even celebrate by
changing entire bodies of water to the color green
to remember the beloved St. Patrick....Read
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