Saint Patrick’s Day


MANY PLACES WORLDWIDE– Saint Patrick’s Day is a Christian feast day celebrated in many places. Saint Patrick’s Day is also a cultural, religious holiday celebrated on March 17.

Saint Patrick’s Day is also the original death date of Saint Patrick. St. Patrick’s Day was made an official Christian Feast Day in the early 17th century and is observed by the Catholic church, the Anglican Communion, and especially the church of Ireland the Eastern Orthodox Church, and the Lutheran Church. The day commemorates Saint Patrick, the arrival of Christianity in Ireland, and celebrates the heritage and culture of the Irish in general.

S.R thinks, “It’s so cool that you can wear green and have luck and then you can have more luck if you find a four-leaf clover.”

L.C commented, “I like Saint Patrick’s Day because it bring people luck and to me that is fun.”

Ms. Morrissey says, “I like how I can go to the Saint Patrick’s Day parade with my husband, Patrick, and we can stand outside the Saint Patrick Cathedral together.”

M.B said, “I like how you can wear green.”

Saint Patrick’s Day was declared a day to wear green, a lucky day, and the date that Saint Patrick’s Day was declared the first Christian feast day of Ireland. Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!