Tag: Faith

PURIM - Changes Annually

Every year the Jewish people celebrate their survival during a holiday called Purim. The Jewish holiday is held every year on the 14th of the Hebrew month, Adar, which occurs in late winter or early spring.

REFORMATION DAY - October 31

On October 31st, Reformation Day celebrates one of the most monumental events in Christianity. It was on this date in 1517 that the Protestant Reformation began.

ALL SOULS DAY - November 2

Every year on November 2nd, All Souls Day commemorates baptized Christians who are believed to be in purgatory. The day is also known as the Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed.

DAY OF THE DEAD - November 1

Every year on November 1st, people in the country of Mexico observe Día de Los Muertos, which is translated as the Day of the Dead.

ALL SAINTS DAY - November 1

The Catholic Church considers All Saints Day on November 1 a Holy Day of Obligation. For this reason, Catholics around the world attend Mass.

WORLD DAY OF THE SICK - February 11

Every year on February 11th, World Day of the Sick offers a way for the Catholic Church to come together and pray for those who are suffering from sickness.