Saint Patrick’s Day



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Fearless Saint Patrick!

Today is Saint Patrick’s Day.

We have St. Patrick parades all over the country but how many of us know him well?

Patrick was simply an awesome man, a powerful saint! And that is because he was truly a man of God. And we could certainly use a few of him today!

Click to read his incredible story told with a Southern twist in The Great Saint Patrick by Way of Louisiana…

Whether he expelled snakes from Ireland or not, he certainly helped the author in her snake-infested backyard in the aftermath of multiple hurricanes!

And he certainly was the saint of fire, fearlessness and miracles.

So many of us in America with Irish blood or not can claim Patrick as ours.

Read his marvelous story, and also click the links in the article that lead to his powerful Breastplate Prayer which has been handed down to us through the centuries!

Here is one verse from the Breastplate Prayer.

I bind to myself today

God’s Power to guide me,
God’s Might to uphold me,
God’s Wisdom to teach me,
God’s Eye to watch over me,
God’s Ear to hear me,
God’s Word to give me speech,
God’s Hand to guide me,
God’s Way to lie before me,
God’s Shield to shelter me,
God’s Host to secure me,
Against the snares of demons,
Against the seductions of vices,
Against the lusts of nature,
Against everyone who meditates injury to me,
Whether far or near,
Whether few or with many.

When I read the full Breastplate Prayer, I understood better why Patrick was so powerful: he was a man in full connection with God.

He will be sure to protect and help you and yours in these increasingly challenging times.

Patrick feared nothing!

Read this article and become a fan of the great Saint Patrick.

In Jesus and Mary,
Robert E. Ritchie
Robert E. Ritchie
America Needs Fatima
www.ANF.org
PS: Click here, The Great Saint Patrick or go to Saint Patrick’s Breastplate.

One thought on “Saint Patrick’s Day

  1. St Patrick’s Breastplate prayer really works! In early adult life, i found myself in a situation where I was being persecuted and set up at my work. The person doing it had always been on good terms with me until I stopped going out with his best friend. He mistakenly thought I was all to blame, and started setting me up at work so I would get in trouble. Trying to find a solution in prayer I found comfort and protection in this prayer. I really wanted to get the guy in trouble for treating me so nastily, but I knew that wasn’t right. This prayer protected me from his tricks by exposing them without me having to say anything, and gave me the grace to not seek revenge on him. I admit, i did lose my temper and call him a name once. But I said the prayer each morning and evening, and the malice and pressure I was feeling disappeared, and was replaced with a calm needed in that storm. It was a storm that lasted months, 5 days a week. And this prayer really helped me though.
    It’s a wonderful and extremely powerful prayer! St Patrick experienced all sorts of malice from some of the Irish, so I really think he knew what he was writing and how to call on God for protection!

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