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Happy St Patrick's Day 2014


As you celebrate this day representing the patron saint of Ireland, I want to remind you to think about St. Patrick. His faith strong, this man of humble means shared teachings about God with the masses in Ireland, using a shamrock to explain the concept of the Trinity; the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.  

Whether your heritage is Irish, Italian, German or Swede, Chinese, Japanese or Pekinese, you’ll wear the green and drink the beer as you toast with old and new friends alike.

As you celebrate, please don’t forget, to toast St Patrick, the saint who made this day possible. 

And please drink responsibly!

Wishing you a day filled with love, blessings and green beer,

LeeZa Donatella

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  1. A Belated Happy St. Patrick’s Day to you, Leeza! We got a surprise St. Patrick’s Day snowstorm in my area, 8 inches on top of the snow we already had here. It’s been the snowiest winter on the East Coast! Thank you for this piece on St. Patrick. I knew about the shamrock representing the Holy Trinity because I had 8 years of parochial school. (I think it’s one of the few things I still remember from religion class LOL!). My heritage is part-Irish on my Dad’s side. For the holiday, I made Irish Guinness Sausage Potato Stew and Irish Soda Bread. I took pics and will be posting the recipe in my next post, hopefully soon. :)

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