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Celebrate March 17th with a pair of customized glasses from the Logolenses Saint Patrick's Day collection.
Clearwater, FL (PRWEB) February 28, 2014
Our collection features frames with shamrocks, green designs, pots of gold, and leprechauns. Personalize the glasses side arms by ordering imprinted sunglasses with celebratory messages like Kiss Me! Im Irish or Luck of the Irish.
Many people love to celebrate Saint Patricks Day, but few know the real story behind this legendary figure. Saint Patricks Day has been celebrated publicly since 1737. The large population of Irish immigrants residing in Boston spent the day honoring their Irish legend. Ironically, Saint Patrick wasnt even Irish. He was born in Britain in the 4th century. He was kidnapped and enslaved by Irish raiders when he was a teen. He escaped six years later and became a priest in Britain and later returned to Ireland as a missionary to help spread the teaching of Christianity to pagans.
According to Irish folklore, he used a shamrock to explain the concept of the Christian Trinity to the Irish. He continued to evangelize for 30 years and died on March 17th and was canonized by the church. Now, Saint Patricks Day is as a celebration of Irish heritage. Through the years, along with shamrocks, many symbols of the festivities have become tradition when celebrating the holiday, including wearing green, and petitioning for lucky kisses. Additionally, celebrations of Saint Patricks Day often center on drinking green beer, dying rivers green and marathons.
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