What color is originally linked to St. Patrick?
Green, of course, is the color linked to Ireland and St. Patrick.
It was originally blue, but over the years people started wearing green instead.
Green is associated with St. Patrick, not red.
Patrick was born in Roman Britain - either Scotland or Wales.
Patrick originally came from either Scotland or Wales.
Green is the color of Ireland and, now, Saint Patrick. His original color was blue.
Patrick was not originally from Ireland but, rather, Roman Britain, probably Scotland.
Patrick was originally from Roman Britain, either Scotland or Wales.
The original color was blue.
No it was blue
St Patrick wore those color robes. That's the only reason, people have probably tried to dig deeper symbolism such as color of shamrock or color of snakes but it is due to St Patrick wardrobe
Roman Britain - either Scotland or Wales.
When he was about 60 years old, St. Patrick travelled to Ireland to spread the Christian word. Green is associated with Saint Patrick's Day because it is the color of spring, Ireland, and the shamrock
Green and gold
St. Patrick used a three-leaf clover to explain the mystery of the trinity. The clover, or shamrock then came to symbolize St. Patrick. Clovers are usually very green. Surprisingly, the traditional color for St. Patrick's day is not green but blue. However, over the years, the blue faded and green became the most popular color. info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Patrick's_Day#Wearing_of_green
The color of St Patrick is Blue. Green is Ireland's national color. Green has been gradually accepted over time as the color of St. Patrick's day for numerous reasons. Most famously, the 3 leaf clovers St. Patrick used to teach Christianity, less known (but set the standard) the Irish Rebellion of 1798. Irish soldiers wanted to get the attention of the government and wore bright green uniforms. Last but not least, when the color fades… Read More
Originally it was blue.
Green and gold
The official colour of Ireland is actually blue, not green as many people think. It is known as St. Patrick's blue. At the time of St. Patrick, Ireland would not have had a national colour.
Ireland is a very lush and green country.
Princeton is Green like on St Patrick Day
Emeralds are green. Ireland is green. Shamrocks are green. Green is the color of St. Patrick
YES. Blue was d original color of S. Patrick's Day. It is because one day St. Patrick had ordered a special dish made from the best chef in the whole country. While making the dish a huge a temporary poisonous insect went into the dish without the chef's knowledge. When St. Patrick drank it he turned blue. And as a memory for that day, blue was the color of St. Patrick's Day.
It is generally believed that St Patrick brought Christianity to Ireland. However, Patrick was born in Wales and so one can assume that the Welsh originally brought Christianity to Ireland.
Green, which is the colour associated with Ireland. St. Patrick is Ireland's patron saint and St. Patrick's Day is Ireland's national holiday.
Actually there's no connection between green and St. Patrick. It's just that Irish connecting green color to fairies, angels, and saints, and any other Holy things. Ireland is known as "The Emerald Isle," and emerald = green, so green is the color of Ireland and thus of St. Patrick's Day. Now, if we were talking the Anglican Church, rather than the Irish Catholic, orange would be the color of choice. But since St. Patrick is… Read More
St. Patrick, the Apostle of Ireland, was abducted from Scotland or Wales, and sold as a slave in Ireland.
On St. Patrick's Day, the shamrock's significance is linked to Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. When Saint Patrick first arrived in Ireland in 431, he used the shamrock to lecture pagans about the Holy Trinity (The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit).
St. Patrick had no wife or children as far as is known. There is no mention of them in any biographies of St. Patrick.
Well, in Ireland, where St. Patrick was a missionary, the national color was supposedly green, and the clover was probably first found there, which is of course, green.
St Patrick´s day is named after Ireland´s patron saint. St Patrick is said to have converted many druids and pagans in Ireland to Catholicism. St. Patrick day was called st. Patrick because it is a memory of the saint named St. Patrick. Clarification: The Catholic feast day of Saint Patrick is March 17. That is why it is called St. Patrick's Day.
Patrick was never married nor did he have any children.
No, St. Patrick was not married and had no children.
Yes, St. Patrick was a bishop.
St. Patrick was not a Muslim. He was a Catholic.
St. is an abbreviation for the word 'saint.'
St. Patrick died in the 5th century so was still St. Patrick in 1840.
St. Patrick was not married and had no children.
St. Patrick was a missionary and not a monk.
According to modern historians, St. Patrick died in AD 461 on March 17. Not much is known on how St. Patrick died, but it is probably due to natural causes. Although some say, that St. Patrick was murdered by the Pagans, who believe St Patrick comes from a corrupted church.
he was a slave and when he went back to his home country he had a dream telling him to go back and help them and so he was taught to be a priest and helped them out
Mainly just to celebrate the holiday. Green is the color of Ireland. Were St. Patrick was born.
St. Patrick-St. Vincent High School was created in 1987.
St. Patrick was a Catholic bishop and missionary to Ireland.
St. Patrick converted the Irish to Christianity.
St. Patrick converted the pagan Druids of Ireland to Christianity.
St. Patrick was never a pope. He was a bishop.
Yes, St. Patrick is still a saint.
Order of St. Patrick happened in 1783.
Order of St. Patrick was created in 1783.
St Patrick was sold as a slave into Ireland.