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🍀Today is somewhat of a global Celebration,

🍀Happy St Patrick’s Day🍀.

St. Patrick was a 5th Century Romano-British Christian Missionary and Bishop in Ireland.

St Patrick’s Day was made an official Christian feast day in the 17th Century.

Today more than 50 countries Celebrate St Patrick’s Day. It Celebrates the heritage and culture of the Irish. There are Church services and if it occurs during Lent, eating and drinking restrictions are lifted for the Day.

It is a Celebration of the arrival of Christianity in Ireland. Festivals and Parades, wearing of green and shamrocks, mark the celebrants of this Irish Day.

Tradition states that St. Patrick died on March 17 and is buried at Downpatrick. Many global land marks also light up for the Day of Green.

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in whichever tradition you do it in. If you don’t Celebrate it, be thankful this Day, since Green is the color of the 4th Chakra representing the Heart as our Love center.

💚Love One Another this Day.🍀

IN GOD WE TRUST!


GOD Loves You!



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