St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated in more countries than any other international holiday, but how many know the true story of the man and his legendary deeds?
Why we have Irish immigrants, Budweiser, and 18th century British soldiers to thank for today’s epic St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.
February 1 is the feast day of Ireland’s lesser-known patron saint, St. Brigid, who wove a unique Celtic cross from rushes and convinced a dying Gaelic chieftain to convert to Christianity.
Kelly is an anglicization of the Irish name O’Ceallaigh, which means “descendent of Ceallach” or “warrior.” Wherever the Irish have gone, Kellys have been there.
Ireland has some of the best love stories of ancient mythology, but be forewarned, not all of them end in happiness.