St. Patrick's Day in the Irish Language
Dig Deeper into St. Patrick's Day
We often get request for our Irish Gaelic Pronunciation videos and since our focus is to help our community to learn the Irish language, we do our best to add these requests to our weekly videos. As you probably know, we don’t just create Irish Gaelic phrases pronunciation videos, but we also publish Irish poems
St. Patrick’s Day is probably the biggest holiday in Ireland and it fills our hearts with warmth to see the positive effect this holiday has all over the World. If you’ll check your news feed around St. Patrick’s Day, you’ll see how people celebrate, have a good time and start new friendships.
St. Patrick spoke the Irish language. You can share a little Irish with your friends, to really connect with Ireland’s Gaelic culture. St. Patrick would have had no choice but to speak it, in order to spread his religious message. Not sure about Irish vs Gaelic? Watch our Irish vs Gaelic video to find out
St. Patrick’s Day was a bewildering holiday for me when I was a child. I learned pretty quickly that I was supposed to wear green on March 17 (and that, if I forgot, I was subject to being pinched by anyone who noticed). It took a little longer, but I also eventually learned not to
OK, I admit the title is kind of cheesy. Well, seriously cheesy, actually. I hope my Irish friends will forgive me. I mean, if you can’t get away with some cheese on St. Patrick’s Day, when can you? (especially if it’s green cheese!). Ouch. Mea culpa. Tá aiféala orm.
If you’ve been following this blog at all, you know that the music I listen to and perform around St. Patrick’s Day is different from what a lot of you may listen to (If you’re new to this blog welcome!). If you like, you can read a little bit about the kind of music I DO