Yes it is. It is in honour of St. Patrick who is credited with bringing Christianity to Ireland. It is Ireland's national holiday, and also a day of holy obligation, meaning that people go to their churches on that day. Around the world where there are Irish people, it is celebrated, though it is not a holiday in all of those countries.
St. Patricks day! About 65% of the people at the St. Patricks day parade are Irish!
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Yes. It is Ireland's national holiday.
Here in Ireland, yes.
No. It is Ireland's national holiday.
St. Patrick's day is a cultural and religious holiday celebrated annually on March 17, the day of his death. The day commemorates Saint Patrick and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland, and celebrates Irish culture in general.
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it stands for the date of St Patricks day.
Valentine's Day (in February) comes about a month before St. Patrick's Day (in March).
The colour associated with St. Patricks day is: Green
The St Patricks Day Parade and the Thanksgiving Parade.
Christmas, st. patricks day, Halloween, Easter, valentines day
Potatoes are not special on st. patricks day
It's an Irish holiday. Usally people who are Irish usally have more fun on St. Patricks day but that's not always true.
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St. Patrick's Day
New Years Eve and St. Patricks Day share equal billing.
St. Patricks day was first celebrated in Boston, America, March 17th, 1737.
Cleveland has the 3rd largest St Patricks day parade.