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Community invited to St. Patrick's Day Mass and Irish Feast

Sunday is Saint Patrick’s Day. In honor of the occasion, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church of Liberty will hold a Saint Patrick’s Day Mass starting at 5 p.m. Sunday. It will be followed by an Irish Feast in the church’s Parish Hall.  St. Patrick’s Day occurs annually on March 17 in observance of the death of St. Patrick, known as the patron saint of Ireland. Born in Britain, Patrick was taken prisoner at the age of 16 by a group of Irish raiders who were attacking his family’s estate. He later escaped but eventually returned to Ireland as a Christian missionary. St. Patrick’s Day has evolved into a variety of festivals across the globe. In that tradition, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church will hold a St. Patrick’s Mass this Sunday at 5 p.m. Speaker is the Right Reverend Al Harvey. The mass’s music was composed by Jim Sterling. The choir will be accompanied by the Downpatrick Weavers Celtic (kel-tic) Strings featuring Sandra Sterling, Diana Miles, Neal Thornton, Israel Ramos, Maruice Ritchie and Tom Guidry. Soloists include Laurie Elliott and Julie Pitre. An Irish Feast will follow, and attendees are encouraged to bring a favorite dish to share. The feast includes sing-along Irish tunes and good Irish jokes. Father Ted Smith will serve as what’s called the “Vicar of the Bray” for the evening. The whole community is invited – that’s this Sunday starting at 5 p.m. in St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 2041 Trinity Street in Liberty - just off Main Street behind Prosperity Bank. Everyone is encouraged to wear green, and men are welcome to wear a kilt.

 

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