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St. Patrick’s Day Trivia


St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated to commemorate the death of St Patrick, March 17, A.D. 461

St. Patrick was a British-born missionary who’s original name was Maewyn Succat.  He spent 30 years as a missionary in Ireland

St. Patrick was credited with driving the snakes from Ireland which was meant to be symbolic of him bringing Christianity to Ireland and driving out the pagans

It is said that St. Patrick watches over the Irish and decides if they will get into heaven one day

St Patrick’s Day was first officially observed in the US in 1737 in Boston

The pervasive use of green in the Irish holiday is meant to signify hope

Blarney Stone  –  Five miles northwest of the small city of Cork is the village of Blarney – its name being derived from the Irish An blarna meaning ‘the plain’.  Near the village, standing almost 90 feet high, is the solidly built castle of Blarney.  Built on a rock, above several caves, the tower originally had three stories.  On the top story, just below the battlements on the parapet, is the world famous Blarney Stone, said to give the gift of eloquence to all who kiss it.  Kissing the stone is a difficult physical feat for some.  In past times, to kiss the Stone people were hung by their heels over the edge of the parapet.  One day a pilgrim broke from the grasp of his friends and went hurtling downward to certain death.  Since that time the stone has been kissed by another method.  First, you sit with your back towards the stone and then someone sits upon your legs or firmly holds your feet. Next, leaning far back and downward into the abyss while grasping the iron rails, you pull yourself up until you can kiss the underside of the overhanging stone.

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