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Saint Patrick's Day

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Honorable Member     United States of America, California
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A few little facts and legends surrounding the origins and celebrations of St. Patrick's Day.

St_Patricks_Day- March 17th Alegedly marks the Day of his death.
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The holiday is grounded in history that dates back more than 1,500 years.Β 
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The St. Patrick's legend, which dates as far back as 1727, relates it to
St. Patrick- a Catholic priest-Β  himself- he began voluntarily convertingΒ 
the Irish people from Paganism to Catholicism in 5th Century Ireland.
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It is Current Tradition, that by this Three Leafed Grass, St. PatrickΒ 
emblematically set forth to the IRISH People, the Mystery of the Holy Trinity.
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What Is a Shamrock? A shamrock is a three-leafed clover.Β 
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The Shamrock Was Considered a Sacred Plant
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Shamrock may be derived from the Irish word "seamrΓ³g," which means "little clover."

In the U.S. St. Patrick’s Day is sometimes associated with wearing green, marchers in Irish traditional attire worn in parades and people enjoying green beer.
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Every March, millions of Americans, Irish or not, celebrate St. Patrick's Day, the national holiday of Ireland and Northern Ireland, by drinking Irish liquor and displaying the shamrock and other symbols of the Emerald Isle.
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The holiday is grounded in history that dates back more than 1,500 years.Β 
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IF YOU DO CHOOSE to CELEBRATE THIS DAY- PLEASE DO SO RESPONSIBLY
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