classes ::: Saint, Christianity,
children :::
branches ::: Saint Patrick
see also :::

Instances - Definitions - Quotes - Chapters - Wordnet - Webgen


object:Saint Patrick
class:Saint
subject class:Christianity


questions, comments, suggestions/feedback, take-down requests, contribute, etc
contact me @ integralyogin@gmail.com or via the comments below
or join the integral discord server (chatrooms)
if the page you visited was empty, it may be noted and I will try to fill it out. cheers


OBJECT INSTANCES [0] - TOPICS - AUTHORS - BOOKS - CHAPTERS - CLASSES - SEE ALSO - SIMILAR TITLES

TOPICS

AUTH

BOOKS

IN CHAPTERS TITLE

IN CHAPTERS CLASSNAME

IN CHAPTERS TEXT

PRIMARY CLASS

Saint
SEE ALSO

SIMILAR TITLES
Saint Patrick

DEFINITIONS



QUOTES [2 / 2 - 44 / 44]


KEYS (10k)

   2 Saint Patrick

NEW FULL DB (2.4M)

   29 Saint Patrick
   2 Frank Delaney
   2 Eva Ibbotson

1:Christ with me, Christ before me,
Christ behind me, Christ in me,
Christ beneath me, Christ above me,
Christ on my right, Christ on my left,
Christ when I lie down... Christ when I arise,
Christ in the heart of every man who thinks of me, Christ in the mouth of everyone who speaks of me, Christ in every eye that sees me,
Christ in every ear that hears me. ~ Saint Patrick,
2:Christ with me,
Christ before me,
Christ behind me,
Christ in me,
Christ beneath me,
Christ above me,
Christ on my right,
Christ on my left,
Christ when I lie down,
Christ when I sit down,
Christ when I arise,
Christ in the heart of every man who thinks of me,
Christ in the mouth of everyone who speaks of me,
Christ in every eye that sees me,
Christ in every ear that hears me. ~ Saint Patrick,

*** NEWFULLDB 2.4M ***

1:Never trust a dog to watch your food. ~ Saint Patrick
2:aureole of Saint Patrick banishing snakes, ~ Jennifer Egan
3:Christ before me, Christ behind me,Christ in me. ~ Saint Patrick
4:If I have any worth, it is to live my life for God. ~ Saint Patrick
5:I am certain in my heart that all that I am, I have received from God. ~ Saint Patrick
6:So I live among barbarous tribes, a stranger and exile for the love of God. ~ Saint Patrick
7:Sufficient to say, greed is a deadly deed. You shall not covet your neighbor's goods. ~ Saint Patrick
8:If I be worthy, I live for my God to teach the heathen, even though they may despise me. ~ Saint Patrick
9:The Lord opened the understanding of my unbelieving heart, so that I should recall my sins. ~ Saint Patrick
10:He who believes shall be saved, but he who does not believe shall be damned. God has spoken. ~ Saint Patrick
11:I am Patrick, a sinner, most uncultivated and least of all the faithful and despised in the eyes of many. ~ Saint Patrick
12:I prayed in the woods and on the mountain, even before dawn. I felt no hurt from the snow or ice or rain. ~ Saint Patrick
13:Christ beside me, Christ before me, Christ behind me, Christ within me, Christ beneath me, Christ above me. ~ Saint Patrick
14:I pray to God to give me perseverance and to deign that I be a faithful witness to Him to the end of my life for my God. ~ Saint Patrick
15:If I have any worth, it is to live my life for God so as to teach these peoples; even though some of them still look down on me. ~ Saint Patrick
16:Daily I expect to be murdered or betrayed or reduced to slavery if the occasion arises. But I fear nothing, because of the promises of heaven. ~ Saint Patrick
17:For after chastisement from God, and recognizing him, our way to repay him is to exalt him and confess his wonders before every nation under heaven. ~ Saint Patrick
18:I am imperfect in many things, nevertheless I want my brethren and kinsfolk to know my nature so that they may be able to perceive my soul's desire. ~ Saint Patrick
19:My left descending septal branch artery decided to close without consultation with any of my other organs. It happened on Saint Patrick's Day, 1978. ~ George Carlin
20:Christ in the heart of every man who thinks of me, Christ in the mouth of everyone who speaks of me, Christ in every eye that sees me, Christ in every ear that hears me. ~ Saint Patrick
21:May the strength of God pilot us, may the wisdom of God instruct us, may the hand of God protect us, may the word of God direct us. Be always ours this day and for evermore. ~ Saint Patrick
22:I grieve for you, how I mourn for you, who are so very dear to me, but again I can rejoice within my heart, not for nothing have I labored, neither has my exile been in vain. ~ Saint Patrick
23:He [God] watched over me before I knew him, and before I learned sense or even distinguished between good and evil, and he protected me, and consoled me as a father would his son. ~ Saint Patrick
24:Before I was humiliated I was like a stone that lies in deep mud, and he who is mighty came and in his compassion raised me up and exalted me very high and placed me on the top of the wall. ~ Saint Patrick
25:Patrick had left behind some writings, and one of his most famous works was something many of us learned in school called “Saint Patrick’s Breastplate,” a kind of a cross between a hymn and a poem. ~ Frank Delaney
26:They gave Saint Patrick his own day and what did he do but run out a bunch of snakes. Why, Thomas Edison lit up the world. If it hadn’t been for him we’d all still be sitting here in the dark, with nothing but a candle, ~ Fannie Flagg
27:There had, of course, been no golden-haired boys; there hadn’t been any boys at all. What there had been was a leper colony, run by the Brothers of Saint Patrick, a group of Irish missionaries to whom the crows had been sent. ~ Eva Ibbotson
28:That which I have set out in Latin is not my words but the words of God and of apostles and prophets, who of course have never lied. He who believes shall be saved, but he who does not believe shall be damned. God has spoken. ~ Saint Patrick
29:Let anyone laugh and taunt if he so wishes. I am not keeping silent, nor am I hiding the signs and wonders that were shown to me by the Lord many years before they happened, who knew everything, even before the beginning of time. ~ Saint Patrick
30:that’s the story of how Saint Patrick drove the snakes out of Ireland forever and banished the Devil to England. Some people say that explains why there has always been such trouble between England and Ireland. The Devil stirs it up. ~ Frank Delaney
31:No one should ever say that it was my ignorance if I did or showed forth anything however small according to God's good pleasure; but let this be your conclusion and let it so be thought, that - as is the perfect truth - it was the gift of God. ~ Saint Patrick
32:We, the heirs of Saint Patrick, we who kept alive the Christian faith and the writings of ancient Rome when most of the world had sunk under the barbarians, we who gave the Saxons their education are to be taught a lesson in Christianity by the English? ~ Edward Rutherfurd
33:People use the word "natural" ... What is natural to me is these botanical species which interact directly with the nervous system. What I consider artificial is 4 years at Harvard, and the Bible, and Saint Patrick's cathedral, and the Sunday school teachings. ~ Timothy Leary
34:I am Patrick, yes a sinner and indeed untaught; yet I am established here in Ireland where I profess myself bishop. I am certain in my heart that 'all that I am,' I have received from God. So I live among barbarous tribes, a stranger and exile for the love of God. ~ Saint Patrick
35:I am not ignorant of what is said of my Lord in the Psalm: "You destroy those who speak a lie." And again: "A lying mouth deals death to the soul." And likewise the Lord says in the Gospel: "On the day of judgment men shall render account for every idle word they utter." ~ Saint Patrick
36:Christ be with me, Christ within me, Christ behind me, Christ before me, Christ beside me, Christ to win me, Christ to comfort me 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. ~ Saint Patrick
37:Christ with me, Christ before me,
Christ behind me, Christ in me,
Christ beneath me, Christ above me,
Christ on my right, Christ on my left,
Christ when I lie down... Christ when I arise,
Christ in the heart of every man who thinks of me, Christ in the mouth of everyone who speaks of me, Christ in every eye that sees me,
Christ in every ear that hears me. ~ Saint Patrick,
38:And there I saw in the night the vision of a man....coming as it were from Ireland, with countless letters. And he gave me one of them, and I read the opening words of the letter, which were, The voice of the Irish...and as I read the beginning of the letter I thought that at the same moment I heard their voice - they were those beside the Wood of Voclut, which is near the Western Sea - and thus did they cry out as with one mouth: We ask thee, boy, come and walk among us once more. ~ Saint Patrick
39:And with the image of Jesus carrying the cross, I hearken back to the statue of Atlas on Fifth Avenue, where there is a poignant contrast. Across the street from Atlas stands the majestic Saint Patrick’s Cathedral. There, facing one another, these monuments pay tribute to the world views of my fathers: Christianity and Objectivism; Faith and Reason. Each is resolute in its position and stands in strength. Yet, they could not be more disparate. Where Atlas carries the world, Jesus carries the cross. ~ Mark David Henderson
40:He told himself that he was a clown clean through. Every time a fly ball had been hit to him with men on the bases, he'd muffed it. Hoping for one thing, then another, and when he did get his chances -- foul ball.

Girls, too. He'd never held one. Twice Lucy had given him the cold shoulder. That girl he'd knelt next to at Christmas Mass in Saint Patrick's once -- cold shoulder. Never got beyond wishing with her. Now Catherine.

Football. He'd wanted to be a star high-school quarterback and he'd not had the guts to stay in school. Fighting. His kid brother had even cleaned him up. In the war when he'd tried to enlist, a leather-necked sergeant had laughed at him.

He was just an all-around no soap guy. ~ James T Farrell
41:When I started doing community organizing in Boston's neighborhoods, working on all the issues that had affected my family - violence, poverty, guns - I realized that the sooner the Irish of Southie came to better understand their history as an "inferior race" by English standards and learned what it meant to be Irish beyond the happy-go-lucky tunes and bloody fistfights of Saint Patrick's Day, the sooner they would acknowledge Southie's poverty and its manipulation by gangsters and politicians. And maybe even work with black people in neighboring Roxbury on common issues, like the fact that both neighborhoods had been declared "death zones" by sociologists. I also became obsessed with the connection between the work I was doing and personal recovery from trauma, as I got close to a number of mothers whose kids had been murdered in the city. ~ Michael Patrick MacDonald
42:My “boyfriend” at the time (let’s call him Mike) was an emotionally withholding, conventionally attractive jock whose sole metric for expressing affection was the number of hours he spent sitting platonically next to me in coffee shops and bars without ever, ever touching me. To be fair, by that metric he liked me a lot. Despite having nearly nothing in common (his top interests included cross-country running, fantasy cross-country running [he invented it], New England the place, New England the idea, and going outside on Saint Patrick’s Day; mine were candy, naps, hugging, and wizards), we spent a staggering amount of time together—I suppose because we were both lonely and smart, and, on my part, because he was the first human I’d ever met who was interested in touching my butt without keeping me sequestered in a moldy basement, and I was going to hold this relationship together if it killed me. Mike had only been in “official” relationships with thin women, but all his friends teased him for perpetually hooking up with fat chicks. Every few months he would get wasted and hold my hand, or tell me I was beautiful, and the first time I tried to leave him, he followed me home and said he loved me, weeping, on my doorstep. The next day, I told him I loved him, too, and it was true for both of us, probably, but it was a shallow, watery love—born of repetition and resignation. It condensed on us like dew, only because we waited long enough. But “I have grown accustomed to you because I have no one else” is not the same as “Please tell me more about your thoughts on the upcoming NESCAC cross-country season, my king. ~ Lindy West
43:That settles it,” said Mr. Trapwood. “We’re going back to the pension. We’re going to pack. We’re going to be on the Bishop first thing tomorrow. Sir Aubrey will have to send someone else out. Nothing is worth another day in this hellhole.”
Mr. Low did not answer. He had caught a fever and was lying in the bottom of a large canoe owned by the Brothers of the São Gabriel Mission, who had arranged for the crows to be taken back to Manaus. His eyes were closed and he was wandering a little in his mind, mumbling about a boy with hair the color of the belly of the golden toad which squatted on the lily leaves of the Mamari River.
There had, of course, been no golden-haired boys; there hadn’t been any boys at all. What there had been was a leper colony, run by the Brothers of Saint Patrick, a group of Irish missionaries to whom the crows had been sent.
“They’re good men, the Brothers,” a man on the docks had told them as they set off on their last search for Taverner’s son. “They take in all sorts of strays--orphans, boys with no homes. If anyone knows where Taverner’s lad might be, it’ll be them.”
Then he had spat cheerfully into the river because he was a crony of the chief of police and liked the idea of Mr. Low and Mr. Trapwood spending time with the Brothers, who were very holy men indeed and slept on the hard ground, and ate porridge made from manioc roots, and got up four times in the night to pray.
The Brothers’ mission was on a swampy part of the river and very unhealthy, but the Brothers thought only about God and helping their fellowmen. They welcomed Mr. Trapwood and Mr. Low and said they could look over the leper colony to see if they could find anyone who might turn out to be the boy they were looking for.
“They’re a jolly lot, the lepers,” said Father Liam. “People who’ve suffered don’t have time to grumble.”
But the crows, turning green, thought there wouldn’t be much point. Even if there was a boy there the right age, Sir Aubrey probably wouldn’t think that a boy who was a leper could manage Westwood.
Later a group of pilgrims arrived who had been walking on foot from the Andes and were on their way to a shrine on the Madeira River, and the Brothers knelt and washed their feet.
“We know you’ll be proud to share the sleeping hut with our friends here,” they said to Mr. Low and Mr. Trapwood, and the crows spent the night on the floor with twelve snoring, grunting men--and woke to find two large and hungry-looking vultures squatting in the doorway.
By the time they returned to Manaus the crows were beaten men. They didn’t care any longer about Taverner’s son or Sir Aubrey, or even the hundred-pound bonus they had lost. All they cared about was getting onto the Bishop and steaming away as fast as it could be done. ~ Eva Ibbotson
44:Motherhood, 1951
Dear Saint Patrick, this is Peggy,
Or maybe it's Pegeen to you,
Well, I'm really Stella Mae.
Peggy's my nickname,
But anyway, will you please tell me
What to do about the rattlesnake
That's in my room?
I know it's there,
But I can't find it anywhere I search.
I've ransacked the closet more than once,
Because that's where we found the skin it shed.
I even put the cat in there and shut the door,
But he only went to sleep on my new dress
Which he had clawed from a hanger.
My grandma, Maggie, says you drove the snakes from Ireland
And they came here to Arizona.
She's right, you know
For didn't a rattler kill our cat, Blackie?
There he was beside the porch, stiff as a board
And baby Florence saw it.
She's only three and doesn't need to see death like that, not yet.
If you can, let her believe for now
That we will live forever.
Anyhow, I'm pregnant again.
I know I've sinned
But I am paying for it.
Don't make my girl suffer
Because her mother used poor judgment
And got herself in trouble out of wedlock.
My mother's disappointed in me.
My father doesn't care
And says I don't have to marry
Just to have a name for this one in the oven.
Father says there's nothing wrong with our name
And will serve the babe as well as any other,
But mother is determined to give this one a legal father
Like Baby Florence has, but only on paper.
She doesn't have a father either,
But she's got her granddad, he says
11
And goes to work. He is a barber.
Mother is a cook and she works longer hours,
So I'm here with Baby Florence
And that infernal snake all day.
Outside, the new cat, dogs, chickens and hogs
Roam about the yard,
But they can't help me, can they?
I keep praying, but you don't answer.
I guess you've got no time for me,
So armed with a shovel,
I go in the closet once again
And succeed in smashing a wall.
Bits of plaster fall on my head,
But I don't mind.
I'd rather be dead than never find the thing
That crawls about the room
Without fear of discovery.
This morning, I woke up to find a coiled imprint
At the foot of my bed.
They say I am protected from harm
Because the Virgin Mary put her heel
Upon a snake's head and crushed it
For the sake of all pregnant women.
I am safe, I say to myself and pray for mercy
And recall the dead baby diamondback we found last fall.
It glittered like a tiny jeweled bracelet
And I almost picked it up,
Before I remembered my own warning to my daughter
To never, ever pick up anything suspicious.
I wish I'd done that with the man partly responsible
For the mess I've made.
The diamondback was like the lust I felt for him.
It glittered so beautifully
I had to pick it up and wear it for awhile,
Then like some Lazarus, it came to life,
By striking me with its poisonous fangs,
Leaving me to pay for my crime
Once by lying to myself
And twice for good measure.
Now I must suffer for my pleasure.
I curse, slam the wall again
And feel pain radiating from my navel
12
Down through my bowels
And am not able to get to the telephone
To call my mother.
I hear a splash and all of a sudden,
The snake darts from the hole I made in the wall
And crawls forward to slake its thirst.
I grit my teeth, but stand stock still
As the pain gnaws at my vitals.
I try to show no fear
As the snake takes a long drink of my water
Then slithers away,
But not fast enough to escape,
As screaming with pain and rage
with all the mother instinct I can muster,
and in the Virgin Mary's name,
I raise the shovel and smash the snake,
Crushing its head,
As I double over and fall beside it
On the red, concrete floor.
For awhile, a ripple runs through its body,
Then it is still.
When my pain subsides, I fall asleep
And dream I'm dead
And hundreds of baby snakes are gathered at my wake.
They crawl all over my body
And I try to shake them off,
Until I realize they're part of me.
At Saint Mary's Hospital, the nurses and my doctor
Tell me how courageous I am
And the nuns even come to visit me.
They claim I have performed a miracle
And should be canonized.
Saint Peggy. 'How does that sound?'
I ask Saint Patrick aloud
When left alone to hold my child.
I smile at her and tell her she is blessed.
The nuns have gone off to light some candles
And in the chapel.
They say they're praying for special dispensation
But I don't need that and neither does my girl.
13
Back home, after a few days, I realize
That I made a mistake in thinking I could take away my sins
When Mother tells me my new daughter is cursed
Because I killed a snake the day she was born.
'What a cruel mother you are,' I tell her
And she says, 'Yes, I'm just like all the others.
I should have smothered you when you were born.
I was so torn up inside, I nearly died for you
And you repay me with not one bastard, but two.
I never thought I'd call a whore my daughter.'
When I protest, she says, 'There's the door.'
After that, I decide to ignore her
And in a state between agitation and rest,
I remember something I had forgotten.
As I lay beside the snake.
I saw a tiny bunch of eggs spill out of her
And realized she was an expectant mother too
And simply wanted a drink to soothe herself
One desert afternoon
When mothers must decide to save
Or execute their children.
~ Ai Ogawa

IN CHAPTERS









WORDNET



--- Overview of noun saint_patrick

The noun saint patrick has 1 sense (no senses from tagged texts)
                
1. Patrick, Saint Patrick, St. Patrick ::: (Apostle and patron saint of Ireland; an English missionary to Ireland in the 5th century)




--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun saint_patrick

1 sense of saint patrick                        

Sense 1
Patrick, Saint Patrick, St. Patrick
   INSTANCE OF=> Apostle, Apostelic Father
     => Christian
       => religious person
         => person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, soul
           => organism, being
             => living thing, animate thing
               => whole, unit
                 => object, physical object
                   => physical entity
                     => entity
           => causal agent, cause, causal agency
             => physical entity
               => entity
   INSTANCE OF=> patron saint
     => defender, guardian, protector, shielder
       => preserver
         => person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, soul
           => organism, being
             => living thing, animate thing
               => whole, unit
                 => object, physical object
                   => physical entity
                     => entity
           => causal agent, cause, causal agency
             => physical entity
               => entity
     => saint
       => deity, divinity, god, immortal
         => spiritual being, supernatural being
           => belief
             => content, cognitive content, mental object
               => cognition, knowledge, noesis
                 => psychological feature
                   => abstraction, abstract entity
                     => entity




--- Hyponyms of noun saint_patrick
                                    




--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun saint_patrick

1 sense of saint patrick                        

Sense 1
Patrick, Saint Patrick, St. Patrick
   INSTANCE OF=> Apostle, Apostelic Father
   INSTANCE OF=> patron saint










--- Coordinate Terms (sisters) of noun saint_patrick

1 sense of saint patrick                        

Sense 1
Patrick, Saint Patrick, St. Patrick
  -> Apostle, Apostelic Father
   HAS INSTANCE=> Luke, Saint Luke, St. Luke
   HAS INSTANCE=> Mark, Saint Mark, St. Mark
   HAS INSTANCE=> Patrick, Saint Patrick, St. Patrick
   HAS INSTANCE=> Paul, Saint Paul, St. Paul, Apostle Paul, Paul the Apostle, Apostle of the Gentiles, Saul, Saul of Tarsus
  -> patron saint
   HAS INSTANCE=> Santa Claus, Santa, Kriss Kringle, Father Christmas, Saint Nicholas, Saint Nick, St. Nick
   HAS INSTANCE=> Christopher, Saint Christopher, St. Christopher
   HAS INSTANCE=> Crispin, Saint Crispin, St. Crispin
   HAS INSTANCE=> David, Saint David, St. David
   HAS INSTANCE=> George, Saint George, St. George
   HAS INSTANCE=> Patrick, Saint Patrick, St. Patrick










--- Grep of noun saint_patrick
saint patrick
saint patrick's day





IN WEBGEN [10000/61]

https://religion.wikia.org/wiki/Saint_Patrick's_Day
https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Saint_Patrick
Wikipedia - Battle for the Body of Saint Patrick
Wikipedia - Category:Saint Patrick
Wikipedia - Kiss me, I'm Irish -- Phrase associated to the Irish festivity of Saint Patrick's Day.
Wikipedia - List of Saint Patrick's crosses -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - Odran (disciple of Saint Patrick)
Wikipedia - Order of Saint Patrick
Wikipedia - Saint Patrick, Bishop of Ireland -- Painting by Giambattista Tiepolo
Wikipedia - Saint Patrick Catholic Church, Honolulu -- Roman Catholic parish in Kaimuki, Hawaii
Wikipedia - Saint Patrick Church (Columbus, Ohio)
Wikipedia - Saint Patrick (disambiguation)
Wikipedia - Saint Patrick's Battalion -- Battalion which fought as part of the Mexican Army in the Mexican-American War
Wikipedia - Saint Patrick's Breastplate
Wikipedia - Saint Patrick School (New Jersey) -- Catholic school in Chatham, New Jersey
Wikipedia - Saint Patrick's Day in the United States -- Widely-celebrated with drinking and parades in mid-March
Wikipedia - Saint Patrick's Day Parade (Utica, NY) -- Third largest St. Patrick's Day parade in New York State
Wikipedia - Saint Patrick's Day -- Cultural and religious holiday celebrated on 17 March
Wikipedia - Saint Patrick's Saltire
Wikipedia - Saint Patrick's Seminary and University -- Roman Catholic seminary in Menlo Park, California
Wikipedia - Saint Patrick Visitor Centre -- Modern exhibition complex in Northern Ireland
Wikipedia - Saint Patrick -- Primary Christian patron saint of Ireland, a 5th-century Romano-British missionary and bishop
https://allpoetry.com/Saint-Patrick
https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Saint_Patrick's_Cathedral
https://memory-alpha.fandom.com/wiki/Saint_Patrick's_Day
https://respawnables.fandom.com/wiki/Saint_Patrick_2_(Event)
https://respawnables.fandom.com/wiki/Saint_Patrick_3
https://respawnables.fandom.com/wiki/Saint_Patrick_4
https://respawnables.fandom.com/wiki/Saint_Patrick_(Event)
https://whitewolf.fandom.com/wiki/Saint_Patrick_(WOD)
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Panorama_360_of_Basilique_Saint-Patrick,_Montreal,_Quebec,_Canada.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Patrick (Charlotte, North Carolina)
Cathedral of Saint Patrick (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)
Cathedral of Saint Patrick (Norwich, Connecticut)
Cathedral Parish of Saint Patrick (El Paso, Texas)
HMS Saint Patrick
Holyoke Saint Patrick's Day Parade
List of Saint Patrick's crosses
Milwaukee Saint Patrick's Day Parade
Mount Saint Patrick College
Pro-Cathedral of Saint Patrick in Newark
Saint Patrick
Saint Patrick's Battalion
Saint Patrick's Breastplate
Saint Patrick's Church (Benton, Wisconsin)
Saint Patrick's church, Chennai
Saint Patrick's Church (Dubuque, Iowa)
Saint Patrick's Church (Iowa City, Iowa)
Saint Patrick's Day
Saint Patrick's Day Test
Saint Patrick's Saltire
Saint Patrick's Seminary and University
Saint Patrick's Society for the Foreign Missions
Saint Patrick Catholic Church, Honolulu
Saint Patrick Church (Columbus, Ohio)
Saint Patrick East (Grenada)
Saint Patrick for Ireland
Saint Patrick Parish, Dominica
Saint Patrick Parish, Grenada
Saint Patrick Parish, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
The Saint Patrick's Day Four


change font "color":
change "background-color":
change "font-family":
change "padding": 341384 site hits