Today is St. Patrick’s Day. This day is celebrated around the world and as a Catholic, I get to celebrate it, though I think I deserve a little extra credit. I also get to celebrate the day by eating some Irish food.
Well, if you’re a Catholic, you’re probably not a super-Catholic. I’m not a super-Catholic either, but I do eat a lot of Irish food. So I’m going to celebrate by eating a lot of Irish food.
The Catholic religion is very fussy about celebrating a day. St. Patrick’s Day is supposed to be a day to be proud of your Catholic roots. I’m not sure I ever do that, but I certainly would if I were a Catholic. What I do know is that I am, of course, a super-Irish Catholic.
Well, you know, I love St. Pats day, and I do eat so much Irish food that I probably should call myself a Catholic. But I do eat a lot of Irish food, so I guess I should call myself a Catholic.
I’d like to propose this new term for this day: “good luck on st patrick’s day.
I have a few ideas on what to do on this day too. The first is to go to a bar. A bar is like a restaurant without a kitchen. The second idea I have is to go to the National Museum and look at all the Irish artifacts. They would be great for your St. Patricks Day.
I guess that is the most fun part about this day. But it’s also the most serious part of the day too. Because, hey, it’s St. Patrick’s day.
The whole day is a celebration of our patron saint, St. Patrick. So, what does that mean? Well you know you know that St. Patrick would not be known for his role in Ireland’s revolutionary struggles like the “Glorious Revolution.” He would have been known for his role in defeating the armies of the Ottoman Empire. The day is really about celebrating the history of Irish history.
The Irish were very peaceful and peace-loving people. As far as warfare they were just a little bit stupid, so they went with a strategy that made them the most powerful nation on the continent. St. Patricks day is actually a day to celebrate the many things that St. Patrick was known for, to pay homage to him, to make sure that you have a good day, so that your day makes sense.
St. Patrick was an Irish saint who was born in about A.D. 563. St. Patrick was known to be a very religious person, and his death was a great loss to the Irish nation. He was thought to have been martyred by the Romans, but the Romans were unable to find him and tried to kill him. This is where St. Patrick’s Day got its name.