Thank you for everything
I would say Thank you for everything to God because of how much he did for us and sacrificing his son Jesus just to forgive us and our sins. And how he made us and made this planet and the universe
While most people have heard how Patrick used the shamrock to teach the Irish about the three parts of God -- father, son and holy spirit, his legendary miracles receive less attention.
When trying to convert an Irish king, Patrick was challenged to prove his abilities through manipulating weather. The king's druids used their magic to make it snow, reportedly in the middle of summer, challenging Patrick to do the same. Distraught, Patrick made the sign of the cross over the hillside and it stopped snowing . Thus the tradition of clear expressions of God's power in Ireland began.
As for the Sidhe, "In Irish Christianity, independent spiritual beings were never completely discredited, although they were reduced to folk belief, where they appear as fairies," .
Modern Catholics also witness manifestations of divine power through such events as the appearances of the Virgin Mary at Knock and through signs like weeping statues -- although they have not been officially recognized by the church.
Some, like William Pietz, claim that the modern Irish Catholics are "superstitious" or "idol-worshipers." Irish Catholics do have small bowls of holy water by the entrances to their houses, figures of the Blessed Mother and the saints and other religious artifacts that may be viewed as superstitious ways to ward off evil spirits. However, Catholics are not worshiping the images they use in their religion. In fact, the mesh of the folk lore from the ancient Celts combined well with Christianity to form a religion that embodies the culture of Ireland .