Saint Patrick's Day, or the Feast of Saint Patrick is a cultural and religious
celebration held on .... On St Patrick's Day it is customary to wear shamrocks and/
or green clothing or .... Ho...
Mar 16, 2016 ... Learn why green is the color to wear on St. Patty's Day! ... Alan Fitzpatrick (L) from
Ireland watches the St. Patrick's Day Parade in New York, ...
Mar 17, 2016 ... St. Patrick's Day is such an American holiday, even the Irish borrow American
traditions. ... People participate in a St. Patrick's Day parade. ... Why do we know
the holiday more for its alcohol and parades, its green beer and ... Pinching
others who are not wearing green: Rumor has it that leprechauns ...
Mar 15, 2012 ... On the holiday, people in Ireland do not wear as much green or celebrate quite
as wildly as revelers do elsewhere, although there is a legend ...
Mar 14, 2015 ... People traditionally celebrated St. Patrick's Day by attending mass and thinking
about the life ... And remember, if you don't wear green, you risk being pinched. ...
However, leprechauns do have a rich history in Irish folklore.
Mar 17, 2016 ... So before the green-wearing Irish among you get into a pinching craze, think ...
People who wear Orange on St. Patrick's Day are just looking to agitate. .... It's a
free country so do what you want, but you're nothing more than a ...
Mar 16, 2016 ... You don't need to own a calendar to know the holiday is upon us because many
people, Irish or not, seem to adhere to the "wear green" edict.
Jul 12, 2016 ... But many people wonder whether St. Patrick's Day, or Patty's Day, is just a ... On
St. Patrick's Day, Irish people like to wear green (note: St.
Mar 17, 2013 ... But what's the history of this emerald-hued holiday, and why do we celebrate ...
Wearing green has become a staple of St. Patrick's Day, but the holiday ... In
Ireland, some people still adhere to the tradition of Catholics wearing ...
Many long years ago, playful Irish children began the tradition of pinching people
who forgot to wear green on St. Patrick's Day and the tradition is still practiced ...