St. Patrick’s Day

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History St. Patrick’s Day originated as a Roman Catholic holiday recognizing St. Patrick, and was brought to America by Irish immigrants as a way of affirming their identity. It’s since been adopted by Americans of all backgrounds.

Traditions Some Catholics celebrate St. Patrick’s feast day by going to mass, while other observers of the holiday wear orange and green and eat cabbage and corned beef. St. Patrick’s Day parades are commonly held in many cities.

Symbols The shamrock is associated with St. Patrick, as he reportedly used the three-leafed plant as a way of explaining the Trinity- Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.


Have a fun and safe day!! 

Happy Creating, 

Clara ~.~