A Missionary Saint

By Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Scott Bullock
Fort Gordon Deputy Installation Chaplain

What color will you wear on Monday? You didn’t forget St. Patrick’s Day? I expect to see a majority wearing various shades of green in support of this Irish holiday. If not you might get pinched. But not everyone wears green on purpose. If you’re a Protestant from Northern Ireland, orange is the proud color. And it’s catching on in parts of this side of the Atlantic.

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