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Reek Sunday: The “Other” St. Patrick’s Day

It’s said everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, the feast day of Ireland’s patron saint. But I wonder how many know that March 17th is not the only day in Ireland that honors St. Patrick.
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