Author : Kraskova Anastasiya Murmansk , Lyceum № 2, 6 “V” Teacher: Rybakova I.N. St. Patrick’s Day. By learning the H istory, language and culture of different countries, we learn how to love your own. Ireland. St. Patrick’s Day.
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Author: KraskovaAnastasiya Murmansk, Lyceum № 2, 6 “V” Teacher: Rybakova I.N. St. Patrick’s Day
By learning the History, language andculture of different countries, we learn how to love your own. Ireland. St. Patrick’s Day
St. Patrick is the patron saint and the protector of the «Emerald Isle»
Patrick was born in Wales in 415 year on March 17th, had a life full of different adventures. He prayed constantly and spread Christianity for 30 years.
The Holy Trinity «As well as the three leaves can grow from a single stem, so God may be one in three persons»
A Holy Miracle. He convened all the snakes of island, they gathered around his feet. Patrick ordered them to leave the island.
Hymn. St. Patrick The flashing of the lightning free, The whirling wind’s tempestuous shocks, The stable earth, the deep salt sea Around the old eternal rocks. I bind unto myself today The power of God to hold and lead, His eye to watch, His might to stay, His ear to hearken to my need. The wisdom of my God to teach, His hand to guide, His shield to ward; The word of God to give me speech, His heavenly host to be my guard. Against all Satan’s spells and wiles, Against false words of heresy, Against the knowledge that defiles, I bind unto myself today The strong Name of the Trinity, By invocation of the same The Three in One and One in Three. I bind this today to me forever By power of faith, Christ’s incarnation; His baptism in Jordan river, His death on Cross for my salvation; His bursting from the spicèd tomb, His riding up the heavenly way, His coming at the day of doom I bind unto myself today. I bind unto myself today The virtues of the star lit heaven, The glorious sun’s life giving ray, The whiteness of the moon at even, Against the heart’s idolatry, Against the wizard’s evil craft, Against the death wound and the burning, The choking wave, the poisoned shaft, Protect me, Christ, till Thy returning. Christ be with me, Christ within me, Christ behind me, Christ before me, Christ beside me, Christ to win me, Christ to comfort and restore me. Christ beneath me, Christ above me, Christ in quiet, Christ in danger, Christ in hearts of all that love me, Christ in mouth of friend and stranger.
People wear red wigs and green caps. Green is the national color of Ireland.
Celebration colorful parades
Leprechaun – dwarf in green clothes, which preserved treasures. He has in his hands a pot of gold; the head is wearing a pointed hat.
Used Sources: D. Ross «England» • D. Ross «Ireland» • V. Galinskiy «Great Britain» • Pictures: • http://tayono.livejournal.com/2699.html • http://images.yandex.ru/yandsearch