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St. Patrick's Day

Saint Patrick's Day feast day which celebrates Saint Patrick
When? March 17
National holiday of ______ Ireland
The feast day usually falls during ______. Lent
Celebrations are generally themed around all things _____ Irish
Celebrations also themed around all things of the color ______ green
According to legend, St. Patrick used the ______ to explain the Holy Trinity. shamrock
St. Patrick was born around the year _______. 387 AD
St. Patrick died around the year ______. 461 AD
What was St. Patricks real name? Maewyn Succat
Saint Patrick is the ______ ______ of Ireland patron saint
When he was sixteen he was captured by _______ _______ and taken as a slave to Ireland. Irish raiders
Saint Patrick was born in what country? Wales