St. Patrick's Day
St. Patrick's Day is a cultural and religious holiday celebrated in other countries on March 17. It honors Saint Patrick, the most commonly known of the patron saints of Ireland, and the coming of Christianity to Ireland. It is observed by the Catholic Church, the Anglican Communion, the Eastern Orthodox Church and Lutheran Church. St. Patrick's Day was officially made a feast day in the beggining of the 17th Century, and has gradually become a world observation of Irish culture in general.
Easter is a Christian holiday in which people celebrate Jesus coming back from the dead. According to the Canonical gospel, Jesus came back from the dead on the third day of being buried. His being raised from the dead is celebrated on Easter Day or Easter Sunday. Theologians think that Jesus was crucified and rose from the dead etween AD 26 and 36.