Being the day is supposed to be a celebration of the life and death of St. Patrick who was known for ridding Ireland of Pagans, do you think it's appropriate to participate in the celebration as a non-believer or a Pagan?Answer Question
Answer by justanotherjen at 7:05 PM on Mar. 12, 2009
Answer by pnwmom at 7:07 PM on Mar. 12, 2009
I drink a lot of green beer..And prey to the porcelain thrown
Answer by louise2 at 7:09 PM on Mar. 12, 2009
Answer by bonn777 at 7:09 PM on Mar. 12, 2009
Answer by KristiS11384 at 7:11 PM on Mar. 12, 2009
Answer by pnwmom at 7:12 PM on Mar. 12, 2009
Answer by SabrinaMBowen at 7:12 PM on Mar. 12, 2009
Answer by pnwmom at 7:14 PM on Mar. 12, 2009
Answer by pnwmom at 7:15 PM on Mar. 12, 2009
Ok ladies... I'm not Irish and I am a Christian but maybe this little bit of info on St. Patrick will give you something in his life that he did to celebrate. I underlined it.. basically he did help those who were enslaved and the poor that were taxed, and he introduced the Roman alpahet.
At Patrick's instance, the traditional laws of Ireland were codified. Patrick modified them to harmonize with Christian practice, and he mitigated the harsher ones, particularly those that dealt with slaves and taxation of the poor. He introduced the Roman alphabet.
Answer by bonn777 at 7:26 PM on Mar. 12, 2009