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Appropriate honor for St. Patrick

By Phil Lawler (bio - articles - email) | Mar 17, 2012

In honor of the great saint’s feast, today I’m re-posting a column from a couple of years ago, in which I (not very seriously) propose that St. Patrick should be named the patron saint of parish closings.

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