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rick Day we know today is a way for Irish Americans to celebrate their roots. Sound smart at your Saint Patrick Day party, and read up on some of the truth behind the snakes, shamrocks, and more:Though the traditionally accepted story goes that Saint Patrick, the Patron Saint of Ireland, drove the snakes out of the country, anyone who goes to Ireland can tell you that the cool, damp climate of the country is not suitable for snakes in the first place. Snakes never Adidas Superstar 2g Basketball Shoes
came back, and told him to go back to Ireland and spread the word of Christianity. Patrick returned to the country where he was once enslaved, and he became a Christian priest, and later a bishop.
He took it as his mission to convert as many Irish people (many of whom were Pagan at the time) to Christianity, and he is believed to have baptized thousands of people in Ireland. There is no evidence of this actually happening, but historians believe that many Irish Christians already saw the clover as a symbol of the cross, and it is possible that Saint Patrick adopted this symbol to further his missionary efforts in the country. are also considered to be a sacred plant in ancient Ireland because they symbolize the rebirth of spring. A four leaf Adidas Superstar Navy Blue Stripes clover, on the other hand, is caused by a genetic mutation in three leaf clovers, and are far less common, which is why finding one supposedly makes the finder lucky, and gives them good luck, according to superstition.
When he as 16, he was kidnapped and was forced into slavery as a sheepherder on the coast of Ireland. He tended sheep for several years before, as folklore has it, he heard a voice telling him to escape. Young Patrick returned to his family in Britain, but then the voices Adidas Superstar Shoes For Girls
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of St. Patrick being Irish is just a bunch of blarney. According to historians, Saint Patrick was born in Britain (likely Wales) in the late 300s to an aristocratic family who lived a comfy life in a villa in the country, and owned plenty of slaves.