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St. Patrick’s Day is a cultural and religious celebration that is celebrated every March 17th. This is the day of the death of Saint Patrick who is also a missionary and pastor in Ireland.
When he was 16 years old, Irish hijackers took him and made him a slave. During his time as a slave, he deepened his relationship with God through prayer and turned him into a Christian.
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The color is green from today because of St. Patrick uses a plant with three green leaves as a symbol of the Holy Trinity (Holy Tri) – Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
In Ireland today is a national holiday, the Irish government gives st-patricks-day-1255621_640 (2) an opportunity for its citizens to celebrate this day on a large scale. Until 2006, this day was not only celebrated in a day but lasted for up to 5 days. There were reportedly 675,000 people attending this parade in 2009. Various events were enlivened today. Including concerts, theater to fireworks.
When talking about this festival, tap dance is an important part of it. Tap dance is a traditional Irish dance with stiff movements on the upper body followed by fast foot movements.
St. Patrick’s Day (English: Saint Patrick’s Day Irish: Lá Fhéile Pádraig), or officially known in the Roman Catholic Church as the Feast of Saint Patrisius (Latin: Festum Sancti Patricii), which falls on March 17 every year is a day to commemorate St. Patrick, Irish patron saint. St. Patrick is an official holiday in the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Montserrat, and the provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada. This celebration is commemorated especially by the Irish people and their descendants. St. Patrick is the person who introduced / brought Christianity to Ireland. He explained the doctrine of the Trinity through the “Shamrock” leaves (especially those consisting of three strands; these leaves are similar to clover); because of that “shamrock” is displayed a lot in this celebration along with the green color which is used as the symbol of the country of Ireland.