Similar to Christmas and Easter, St. Patrick’s Day is one of the religious events that is considered as a public holiday in Ireland. St. Patrick is known as Patron Saint of Ireland. Many legends are associated with St. Patrick’s personality of which few of them are taking all the snakes away from Ireland, his usage of Shamrock in an illustrative teaching tool to illustrate the structure of The Holy Trinity, the growth of his walking stick into a living tree, his speech with ancient Irish ancestors and many more. With St. Patrick coming up, why not giving a try to the idea of throwing St. Patrick’s themed party and have an activity of scoring the highest in St. Patrick’s Trivia Questions and Answers quiz not only for adults but for your younger lads also that will help them to educate themselves about the significance of St. Patrick’s Day. Brace yourself, take a deep breath and dive into interesting St. Patrick very little known facts and challenging yet hand full of knowledge trivia questions and answers quiz.
St. Patrick’s Day History
Who was St. Patrick? A person who was born in Great Britain to really well-off parents near the end of around 4th century. At the young age of 16 years, he was kidnapped by Irish pirates and was taken away from England to Ireland. For over a long period of 10 years, he used to tend herds of sheep in Ireland but one day he took a chance and ran away from the hold of the ones who kidnapped him. He succeeded in coming back to England and took a safe refuge in Monastery. He became a priest and decided to take his all teachings to back to Ireland. He set up a Christian church in Ireland. He started studying Monasteries in Gaul and became a priest, he changed his name to Patricius meaning “Father Figure”. Later on he became Bishop and continued serving Christianity. St. Patrick’s Day is supposed death date i.e. 17th March. He is buried in Downpatrick in present day Northern Ireland.