Maestra: Marlene Roseau Hernández García
Nombre del alumno: Nannerl Alejandra Genesta Orozco
Grado: 2 semestre
Grupo: DTurno: Matutino.
Trabajo: San Patricio
Fecha de entrega: jueves 17 de febrero 2011
St. Patrick’s Day
We all know that when clover are born, the St. Patrick's Day has arrived. This Irishholiday is celebrated on March 17, the same day that St. Patrick died. St. Patrick was a missionary 4 centuries ago, and was who converted the Irish to Christianity.
St. Patrick's Day is celebratedworldwide by all the Irish and even sometimes by people who have no Irish ancestry. The celebration theme is usually all that is green and Irish, both Christians and non Christians, celebrate the festivalregularly dressing in green, enjoy Irish cuisine which includes cabbage and Irish drink, and attending parades.
The city of Boston was the first to publicly celebrate St. Patrick's Day in the UnitedStates in 1737. In 1762, the city of New York had its first stop at St. Patrick and Ireland now use the holiday as an opportunity to increase tourism and to hold Ireland in the world.
St.Patrick’s Dayis celebrated in many destinations worldwide some are these: United States,Argentina,Canada,Russia and Germany
The clover leaf is a traditional icon of St. Patrick's Day. This belief dates that St.Patrick used the shamrock to explain the mystery of the Trinity. It is said that he used the shamrock in his sermons to explain how the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit could be separate elementsexist in the same entity. Today clover leaves the garment worn on St. Patrick's Day.
Another legendary figure is an elf. Nome is a kind of Ireland, represented as a little old. According to Irishlegend these beings live in a lonely and spend their time making shoes. Elf is said to hide these treasures of gold and if caught must reveal the secret of his treasure. But you should not lose sight...