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Posted: 13-Mar-2008, 02:32 PM
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I am wondering if anyone attends a protestant church that will be having a special St. PAtrick's day service. Catholics always do it up in style, but just curious of anyone attends a non-Catholic church that also celetbrates Patrick and Irishness.

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Posted: 15-Mar-2008, 04:23 PM
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Kinda Sorta tongue.gif ! In our church (Baptist, not Protestant, but the point still stands), I'll be preaching on the life of St. Patrick and tying it to appropriate Scriptures. Just wanted to give the folks a little information on the man, since virtually no one in our Navajo church has much idea about who Patrick was or what the big fuss is all about.


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I do a yearly activity with many at our church (also Baptist) dealing with St. Patrick. Everyone seems to have a great time.


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