What is St Patrick’s Day:- Saint Patrick’s day is national day in Ireland and it is celebrated annually on 17th March. This festive doesn’t only belong to Ireland but also celebrated in United States, United Kingdom and Canada. About Saint Patrick’s day, he was born in Roman and then at the age of 16 he was taken to Ireland as slave where he established many churches and School and hospitals too. So, underneath you will find some very interesting facts about Saint Patrick and images of the celebrations takes place in Ireland on this day. We hope you will enjoy this collection provided by our team mates.

St Patrick’s Day In Ireland Facts

  • St. Patrick’s Day is an annual feast day celebrating the patron saint the day is named after.
  • St. Patrick’s Day is the national holiday of Ireland and is usually celebrated on March 17.
  • St. Patrick’s Day has become a popular holiday in the United States. People wear green and eat corned beef and cabbage.
  • It is believed St. Patrick, a Roman-Britain-born Christian missionary, was born in the late fourth century and is credited with bringing Christianity to the Irish people.
  • It is also believed St. Patrick drove all the snakes out of Ireland. However, post-glacial Ireland never actually had snakes. Many believe that the term “snakes” referred to the serpent symbolism of the Druids of that time and place. Today, there are no snakes to be found!
  • Most people, whether they are Irish or not, wear green on this day. One of the Irish traditions is to pinch anyone who is not wearing green on St. Patrick’s Day.
  • Irish immigrants began observing the holiday in Boston in 1737 and the first St. Patrick’s Day parade was held in New York City in 1766.
  • Corned beef and cabbage are traditional foods eaten on this holiday.
  • The shamrock, pot-of-gold and leprechauns are also associated with St. Patrick’s Day. The shamrock was worn as a badge on the lapel. Three is Ireland’s magic number and the three petals that make up the shamrock are supposed to bring good luck. The three leaves also represent the Trinity in the Christian religion.
  • The leprechaun is a small Irish fairy. He is dressed like a shoemaker, with pointed shoes and hat. He also wears a leather apron. Leprechauns are supposed to be unfriendly little men who lives alone in the forest, spending all of their time making shoes and guarding their treasures. If someone catches a leprechaun, he will be forced to tell where he hides all his pots of gold. However, the leprechaun must be watched at all times. If his captor looks away, the leprechaun will vanish along with his treasure.
  • St. Patrick’s Day has become a holiday all around the world and for one day out of the year anyone can be Irish and join in the celebration.

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St Patrick’s Day Quotes

  • Wish for anything! It is possible today.Happy St. Patrick’s Day.
  • May the saddest day of your future be no worse than the happiest day of your past.
  • Here’s to you and yours and to mine and ours. And if mine and ours ever come across to you and yours, I hope you and yours will do as much for mine and ours as mine and ours have done for you and yours!
  • May you live as long as you want and never want as long as you live.
  • May you make more of friends, and no enemies. May you make more money and lose none. May you get blessed on St. Patrick’s Day with Good Luck galore.
  • May you and your loved ones be blessed in abundance. May the ray of wisdom and hope always be shining above you. Have a Happy St. Patrick’s Day.
  • The wind is always at your back. have all the May you comforts of life. St. Patrick’s
  • There is nothing like good luck or bad luck. We mold our own fortune. Happy St. Patrick’s Day.
  • St. Patrick’s day is not only about wearing green. It is about following his preachings and practicing them in real life. Have a good St. Patrick’s feast.
  • Paint yourself green and search for the hidden pot of gold. It is St. Patrick’s Day. Have a Happy Feast.
  • Never iron a four-leaf clover, because you don’t want to press your luck.
  • A best friend is like a four-leaf clover: hard to find and lucky to have.
  • The list of Irish saints is past counting; but in it all, no other figure is so human, friendly, and lovable as St. Patrick – who was an Irishman only by adoption.
  • May the Irish hills caress you.
    May her lakes and rivers bless you.
    May the luck of the Irish enfold you.
    May the blessings of Saint Patrick behold you.
  • Oh, the music in the air!
    A’ the joy that’s everywhere –
    Shure, the whole blue vault of heaven is wan grand triumphal arch,
    A’ the earth below is gay
    Wid its tender green the’-day,
    Fur the whole world is Irish on the Seventeenth o’ March!
  • What color should be seen
    Where our fathers’ homes have been
    But their own immortal Green?
  • Oh! St. Patrick was a gentleman
    Who came of decent people;
    He built a church in Dublin town,
    And on it put a steeple.