The History of St. Patrick
Known for driving away the snakes from Ireland, St. Patrick was a humble priest who sought to extend Christianity to a country built on paganism.
Interesting Facts about St. Patrick's Day
St. Patrick's Day is now a secular celebration in which 'all the world becomes Irish'. Such statements, of course, annoy the real Irish no end. Everyone wants to have the Luck of the Irish, they say, and no whit of our Troubles.
Irish Toasts for St. Patrick's Day
There's nothing like a genuine Irish toast to warm the spirits on St. Patrick's Day. In fact, there's nothing like a genuine Irish toast to raise one's spirits any time round the year.
How to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day
St. Patrick's Day is both a cultural and religious holiday celebrated in honor of Ireland's patron saint. Amongst the gaiety of the day is the apparent theme of going green. This 17th of March, you can celebrate St. Patrick's Day,...
Everybody's Irish on Saint Patrick's Day
Green everywhere, enough shamrocks to make you dizzy. But did you know where St. Patrick’s Day symbolism came from? Did you know the holiday’s been celebrated for a thousand years?
This is a tribute to the life of a man who wanted to be close to God. Here is a short description of Saint Patrick's life.