First I wish you Happy Saint Patrick’s Day 2016 to all of you. Today I’m gonna tell you about the whole history of st. patrick’s and how saint patrick was arrested several times, but escaped each time. There were so many secrets of st. patrick’s which nobody knows. Go green on saint patricks day because it is the symbolic color of saint patricks day. If you want to make your saint patricks day is a good remembrance learn some Irish words and phrases. If you are dance lover, you can celebrate saint patrick’s day to learn some Irish dance.
St. Patrick, Ireland’s patron saint, is known as. True, a native of St. Patrick was not Irish. But the Irish tradition in the 5th century, in turn, usually through Ireland is an important part of their service.
St. Patrick was born so far ahead of the 4th century. Is a special year, and there are different opinions about the domicile of his birth. According to the findings of a school, he, AD 390, was born about 373 AD, while others say that the school is near. Once again, St. Patrick was born in Scotland or Roman England is said to be both domicile. St. Patrick’s real name was probably Maewyn Succat. Patrick began to be used for Patricius, her name was romanticized as he was later.
Patrick Calpurnius, was the son of a Roman-British army officer. He naturally as other children in Britain was growing. However, one day, a band of pirates landed in South Wales and many others kidnapped the boy. Then they sold St. Patrick into slavery in Ireland. He said that 6 years, most were imprisoned there. This was when the change came to him. He dreamed of having seen God. Legend, he had to leave the ship to avoid God.
Finally, he had to escape and went to Britain. And then to France. There he joined a monastery and St. Germain, Auxerre studied under Bishop. He spent around 12 years in training. And when he became a bishop, he dreamed that the Irish back to Ireland to tell them about God were calling. Indeed, St. Patrick spiritual autobiography, this is the most important document. After his return to the UK is a dream, which tells of a Victoricus gave him a letter headed “The Voice of the Irish.”
St. then. Patrick went to Ireland with the Pope’s blessing. There he Gaelic Irish, so most Pagans who were converted to Christianity. He believed in God, he traveled far and wide, baptizing and confirming with untiring zeal. And, in a diplomatic fashion, a small gift and a lawgiver king brought out there, but no one accepted.
Indeed, ST. Patrick was quite successful at winning converts. Through active preaching, among the royal families also made important converts. And this fact upset the Celtic Druids. St. Patrick was arrested several times, but escaped each time. For 20 years he had traveled throughout Ireland, establishing monasteries across the country. St. Patrick also set up schools and churches which would aid in your conversion. He is a native clergy, monasticism developed, established to promote the development of the church, and the church organized councils.