St. Patrick s Day: Why Do Americans Celebrate It? In the U. S. , many Americans celebrate
St. Patrick s Day. PWhy? People in the U. S. immigrate from many countries. PThey bring their holidays with them. PIndian-Americans often celebrate Diwali, Muslim-Americans often celebrate Eid. St. Patrick s Day originated as an Irish Celebration of an early (someone who tries to his/her religion, in this case, Christianity). PThe myth that he drove the snakes out of Ireland referred to his conversion of the (non-Christians) to Christianity. PThe (or ) became associated with him because he used it to teach the, the Christian idea that God was three-in-one: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Over time, the holiday moved away from its religious roots and became associated with Irish pride. PIreland is a very green country, so people started wearing green on St.
Patrick s Day. P(In many schools, a child not wearing green on St. Patrick s day will be by his friends. ) PThe four-leaf-clover replaced the three-leafed-clover and became a symbol of luck rather than the trinity. PThere are often in cities with big Irish populations. If you are ever in the U. S. on St. Patrick s Day, look for a parade and go to a to try some green beer. PAlso, don t forget to wear green so you can avoid getting pinched! Erin Go Bragh!! (This comes from an Irish language phrase, yirinn go Brch, whichPexpresses loyaltyPto Ireland. ) If you want to read more, here is a site with more information: P Why Do We Celebrate St. Patricks Day? Fun St. Patricks Day Facts ррр GO GATORS!!! ррр в Have you ever seen a whole bunch of news stories/reddit posts/videos or anything else about some topic and you had no idea what everyone was going on about?
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