Who is Patrick that started St Patricks day?
Patrick was born in England, and captured by Irish raiders who took him to Ireland, He escaped after 6 years and returned to England. He eventually returned to Ireland as a missionary, and died on March 17th.
St. Patrick's day was started to honor saint patrick who was believed to bring good luck to everyone.
st. patricks day was originally started in Ireland putos suck my pito puto
St Patrick's what? Feast day? - la Saint-Patrick
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It's named for a saint named Patrick, who brought Christianity to Ireland.
it stands for the date of St Patricks day.
cuz when saint patricks day first started the man who started it was suposedly a leprechuan
patricks day Is the word
"Happy Saint Patrick´s Day" in German is: Fröhlichen St. Patricks Tag
The colour associated with St. Patricks day is: Green
Lots of Irish in Chicago. It started on St Patricks Day, and continues....
St. Patricks day! About 65% of the people at the St. Patricks day parade are Irish!
Yes, the Irish celebrate St. Patricks day. Just like every other country does. St Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland.
A few years ago they dyed a river green for St. Patricks day.
Potatoes are not special on st. patricks day
There are no such things as leprechauns, St patricks day is a celebration of the Saint Patrick coming over to America and spreading Christianity.
You cannot get to rainbow anymore. It was only released during St Patricks day event. Next St Patrick the rainbow land might return...
St. Patricks day was first celebrated in Boston, America, March 17th, 1737.
Cleveland has the 3rd largest St Patricks day parade.
St. Patrick's Day
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.
St Patrick's Day is on March 17th
They go to Dublin and participate in the four-day St. Patrick's Festival. And they go to church; Patrick was the patron saint of Ireland so there's always a religious component to it.
Real leprechaun's don't search for anything on St Patricks Day.People dress up as Leprechaun's because both St Patrick and Leprechaun's are associate with Ireland.
What is celebrated on St .Patrick's Day is the Irish culture.
the st patricks day symbol is probably the shamrock
St. Patrick's day originated from Ireland
in the year 1999 march 17 St Patricks day is actually the feast day of St patrick, a real saint who lived hundreds of years ago. He drove the snakes out of Ireland. It starts on the 17th of march
Green is the primary color of St. Patrick's day.
Blue is the offical color of st patricks day.
absolutely nothing The 3 leafed clover was used by St patrick to teach the principles of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost (HOLY Trinity) to the uneducated peasents of Ireland, whom he was Converting to Cathiolisism... so I suppose in that respect the shamrock has to do with St Patrick rather then St. Patrick's Day
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The Irish do.
St. Patrick's day wasn't really created because after st. Patrick died on march 17, that's when St. Patrick's day was started.
Green is most associated with St. Patrick's Day.
I believe that it is the luckiest day to be Irish.
irelands birthdays is the same day as st. patricks day
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.
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you get it when it is st patricks day it is an event
St. Patricks Day!
They were them for St. Patricks Day.
Everything is open.
You say "Happy St Patricks Day"!
Many cities have parades on St. Patrick's Day.
Ireland is best known for its rolling, green hills and for the home of St. Patricks Day. (Even though the person that St. Patricks Day was named after, wasn't Irish or from Ireland.)