Who is Saint Patrick? He is a ____ saint of Ireland. Surprisingly, he is not ____ at all. He was born into a ____ family in Roman Britain in the late 4th ____. His name was Maewyn Succat. At the ____ of 16 his good fortune changed - he was kidnapped and taken as a ____ to Ireland where he was a ____ for several years. It was during this time that he became ____. Turning to religion During his time in Ireland, Maewyn ____ a lot. It is said that he had heard ____ in his head telling him to run ____. And so he did. He managed to ____ with his family but decided to ____ a priest. The voices ____ him to go back to Ireland and convert the Irish. During his life time he ____ many monasteries, churches and schools. His path was difficult and ____. Very often he was beaten and ____. He ____ on March 17, 461, almost forgotten. Legends, symbols and celebrations Many legends are connected to Saint Patrick. One has it that he drove the ____ out of Ireland! Shamrocks, the three-leaved ____, are the well-known symbol of Saint Patrick's Day and they represent ____. It was in the 17th century that the celebrations really began - ____ celebrations in parades and pubs. People dress in ____, sing Irish songs, drink green beer and eat ____ food - corned beef with cabbage and potatoes.

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