St Patrick’s Day. What does it mean to you? A riot of colour and noise, shamrocks and greenery, funny hats and fireworks?
You could be virtually anywhere in the world on March 17th, the day of St Patrick’s death, and join in the fun. It was in New York, after all, that the first parade was held in 1762 and in the US where the celebration of Ireland’s patron saint first became truly spectacular.
But what if you want to engage with the real St Patrick?
Rediscover his connection to the ancient Celtic spirituality he encountered when he began his crusade to convert the Irish to Christianity. Trace his footsteps in the beautiful landscape in which his spirit is embedded in tradition and legend.