saints day


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saint's′ day`



n.
a day in a church calendar commemorating a particular saint.
[1400–50]
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McDonald's showed some lovin' to the thousands of people who flocked to the cemeteries in the Metro during All Saints Day.
Days ahead of the observance of Undas 2016,the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) urged all city and municipal mayors to be the publics partners in ensuring peaceful and safe observance of the All Saints Day.
All Saints Day is a holy day that is celebrated the day after Halloween.
WILSHAW Last Sunday, which was All Saints Day, |Rev Judy Kenworthy read a service of Holy Communion at St Mary's Church.
For those planning to proceed to the malls on All Saints Day, after visiting their beloved departed in cemeteries or the columbarium, be guided by the operating hours of some Robinsons malls on November 1st.
Please note on the payment that it is for the "November 2 Concert on All Saints Day.
Hallowe'en is a truncated version of All Hallows evening, before All Saints Day on November 1 and 2 - a time for honouring the Saints and praying for the recently departed who had yet to reach heaven.
The growth in flower cargo is mainly attributed to the celebration of All Saints Day, the day after All Hallows Eve, when Roman Catholics traditionally visit the graves of loved ones, which this year falls on 1 November 2010.
At the preview of cult thriller sequel The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day in Boston, Connolly, 66, had a four-letter blast at those taking a pop at the original movie.
The star finds himself staring death in the face playing hitman Noah "II Duce" MacManus in the eagerly awaited cult thriller sequel The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day.
THE annual celebration of All Saints Day, where students come to school dressed as their favourite saint, took place in November.
Fortunately the autumn liturgical calendar has three days for remembering those who have died: October 31 and November 1 and 2 (All Hallow's Eve, All Saints Day, and All Souls Day, respectively).