There are eight wonderful St. Patrick's Day coloring pages linked from this page.
Two are realistic drawings in section 3 from the glorious old book on Saint Patrick, St. Patrick, Apostle of Ireland (1911) in a four page download that also includes the Irish Blessing
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St. Patrick is famous for his conversion of the Irish and for his description of there being three Persons in one God.
He used a clover to explain.
A three leaf clover has three leaflets on one leaf. His description was close enough that they got the idea and we've used it ever since.
Did you know that St. Patrick knew St. Martin of Tours? This ebook tells of their many years together in a monastery.
The first set of printables below has four pages, see photos below and go to the Short Irish Blessings page here to download the bundle.
As of March 2020 we have new printables that you can use as Saint Patrick Day decorations.
Here's a sweet way to decorate your mantel for the feast of St. Patrick and all things Irish.
4.A. Like you see above, you can print the image below to put in a white frame for a wonderful way to honor St. Patrick.
4.B. has spaces to color the shamrocks.
Enjoy a super simple Saint Patrick's Day project!
Hide the orange crayons for this coloring page! :-)
Use all your favorite colors or different variations of green.
Quick facts about Saint Patrick:
Saint Patrick's Day is March 17, the feast of Saint Patrick.
Saint Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland.
Saint Patrick was important because he converted all Ireland to the Catholic Faith and millions have died to keep that Faith and go to Heaven.
St. Patrick's feast day is March 17 and is a holy day of obligation in Ireland. See a chart of holy days of obligation by country.
Use these coloring pages on the Feast of St. Patrick or for children who are named after St. Patrick as on their birthdays.
They're great for realizing that the basis for St. Patrick's Day is the Catholic faith not a party with leprechauns or worse. :-)
This downloadable and printable ebook tells the true history of Saint Patrick in Ireland and tells charming facts about Saint Patrick:
I love this quote from the book St. Patrick, Apostle of Ireland: "In this way God's name and Patrick's were once more magnified." as it explains some of the many marvels that are told in the story.
It was written in (1911) and has beautiful pictures! It includes Archbishop Healy's "Life and Writings of St Patrick", "Legend of Saint Patrick - Confession of St Patrick".... It is the best history of Saint Patrick and Ireland's early days that I have read.
See and buy the download of the best Saint Patrick History here.
St. Patrick, pray for us!
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