If St. Patrick Lived in 2015

"Follow me for everlasting life w/ @JC! #NoMoreSnakes #Ireland #FirstTweet" —@PatInIreland

By Irish America Staff
March 9, 2015

He probably would have been a victim of a tiger kidnapping, would have done Erasmus in France, and be well-versed in the twitter- and tinder-spheres. The guy was, after all, known for his conversions of married women, many of whom became nuns, much to the (obvious) anger of their families.

What else would lie in store for St. Patrick were he alive today? Courtesy of Michelle Mangan for Ard na Sidhe Country House, in Co. Kerry, we have the answers. Scroll down through the infographic to find out. Click to enlarge.


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