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.
The Catholic Church considers All Saints Day on November 1 a Holy Day of Obligation. For this reason, Catholics around the world attend Mass.
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.
Every year on June 21st during the summer solstice, World Peace and Prayer Day encourages people of all faiths and all nations to pray for the planet.
Every year during the last week of October, Pastoral Care Week provides opportunities for organizations and individuals to recognize spiritual caregivers and their ministry.
In December, Spirituality Literacy Month encourages us to deepen our faith or gain a broader understanding of another spiritual practice.
The National Day of Prayer is observed annually on the first Thursday in May. It has been observed continuously since 1952.