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Inmaculate Conception Day in Chile

Many Christian communities around the world annually observe the Feast of the Immaculate Conception on December 8. This day is a holy day of obligation in which many Christians, particularly of the Catholic faith, attend special church services for this occasion.

Detail shot of Mary from a stained glass window created in the late 1800's.
Various images depicting the Immaculate Conception often feature the Virgin Mary as a young woman.
Various images depicting the Immaculate Conception often feature the Virgin Mary as a young woman.
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Inmaculate Conception Day Observances

WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday Type
WedDec 82010Inmaculate Conception DayNational holiday
ThuDec 82011Inmaculate Conception DayNational holiday
SatDec 82012Inmaculate Conception DayNational holiday
SunDec 82013Inmaculate Conception DayNational holiday
MonDec 82014Inmaculate Conception DayNational holiday
TueDec 82015Inmaculate Conception DayNational holiday
ThuDec 82016Inmaculate Conception DayNational holiday
FriDec 82017Inmaculate Conception DayNational holiday
SatDec 82018Inmaculate Conception DayNational holiday
SunDec 82019Inmaculate Conception DayNational holiday
TueDec 82020Inmaculate Conception DayNational holiday

Quick Facts

The Feast of the Immaculate Conception is a Christian observance on December 8 each year.

Inmaculate Conception Day 2017

Friday, December 8, 2017

Inmaculate Conception Day 2018

Saturday, December 8, 2018

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