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St. Patrick's Day Parades
Though there's much brouhaha over New York's Paddy's Day Parade, a marvel the world over to be sure, the St. Patrick's Day Parade in Dublin touches "a Yank" deep to the core.
St. Patrick's Day
St. Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland and the celebration of his feast day is inspiration for much merry-making. Whether you're Irish 24/7 or find a drop of Irish in you for March 17, the nature of the Irish is hospitable, so everyone gather round for a little fun this St. Paddy's Day.
St. Brigid of Ireland
The inspiring story of St. Brigid, bishop of the early Christian church in Ireland, who shares a feast day with an ancient Celtic goddess. The beginning of February is the start of Spring, a celebration wherever you are.
Snippets from the Irish Desk
Ireland was, is, and always will be unique. For such a small place, it sure generates a lot of odd stories. Watch for "Snippets" for examples...of odd.
Sign Up For Ireland Online Newsletter
"Ireland Online" is the newsletter for the Irish Culture Site. Here you´ll receive details of new additions to the site and other interesting information about Ireland and the culture of the Irish people.
Shrove Tuesday Pancakes
The Tuesday before Ash Wednesday is made special in Ireland by a very unusual dish---pancakes!
Saint Patrick' Day Party
There's no time like St. Patrick's Day for a really good party. There's an end to the long dreary winter and everyone is ready for a bit of light-hearted fun. There's no place like an Irish place to spend March 17.
Ring of Kerry
The Ring of Kerry is one of the most popular sites in all of Ireland. Draped in shades of green, from the mountains to the trees.
It´s not too early to start thinking about the traditional Irish Christmas treat---Plum Pudding. Despite the name, there are no plums. Dickens would be pleased with this recipe. It is very much loved, even by those who don't eat it.
Of Easter and Ireland
Easter in Ireland stands for many things. Traditional values, religious observation, and renewal and rebirth---all of these things are celebrated all across the world by people with Celtic roots and attitudes. Visit with the Irish at Easter.
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