Here we are again. It’s time for another St. Patrick’s Day. As Catholic Christians, this feast day should mean way more than corned beef, cabbage, and wearing green. All of those things are great. But let us remember the outstanding saint whose memory we honor. People often use the phrase, “The luck of the Irish.” Whether or not people of Irish descent have more “luck” than others we don’t know. But when we receive blessings in our lives, or do something very noble, did we get “lucky,” or was “God’s providence” behind it. A key element in all of this is the effort we put into doing something. The harder we work, the more skilled we are, the better the outcome is going to be. On Wednesday, let’s talk about the notion of “luck,” and contrast it with “God’s providence.” Should be a fun and interesting discussion.