On the 17th of March many places in the world start to celebrate the Patron Saint of Ireland, St Patrick. He is one of the most well known of all the Saints in the Christian faith and his day is observed by members of the church and the nongoing church general public. You don’t have to be a Catholic to enjoy the day and sending some ST Patricks day gifts from https://www.shamrockgift.com/st-patricks-day-gifts is one of the many ways that you and your friends can celebrate this.
Patrick was a British Fisherman who was captured by Irish pirates. He was then taken back to Ireland to become a slave. However instead of wallowing in the misery of his circumstances he turned it to his advantage. He learnt as much as he could about the language and the culture of the island and its people. This knowledge allows him to escape and get back to Britain. He is a changed man and decides to enter into the priesthood.
In Rome the Pope is keen to expand the sphere of influence of the Church and he sees Ireland as a place to spread the Christian gospels. Patrick is the perfect person to do this. Now a full priest, he gladly takes on the task and journeys over the sea to take God’s word to them. He gets into many adventures and is woven into some of the many tales of Irish folklore. He performs the miracle of the banishment of snakes and teaching the complicated nature of the Holy Trinity via the shamrock.