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All Saints' Day in Philippines

All Saints' Day is a celebration of all Christian saints, particularly those who have no special feast days of their own, in many Roman Catholic, Anglican and Protestant churches. In many western churches it is annually held November 1 and in many eastern churches it is celebrated on the first Sunday after Pentecost. It is also known as All Hallows Tide, All-Hallomas, or All Hallows' Day.

Is All Saints' Day a Public Holiday?

All Saints' Day is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

Wheat is one of the symbols of All Saints' Day.

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About All Saints' Day

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All Saints' Day Observances

Note: During special days, the principle of "no work, no pay" applies and on such other special days as may be proclaimed as such by the President or by Congress.

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015SunNov 1All Saints' DaySpecial Non-working Holiday
2016TueNov 1All Saints' DaySpecial Non-working Holiday
2017WedNov 1All Saints' DaySpecial Non-working Holiday
2018ThuNov 1All Saints' DaySpecial Non-working Holiday
2019FriNov 1All Saints' DaySpecial Non-working Holiday
2020SunNov 1All Saints' DaySpecial Non-working Holiday
2021MonNov 1All Saints' DaySpecial Non-working Holiday
2022TueNov 1All Saints' DaySpecial Non-working Holiday
2023WedNov 1All Saints' DaySpecial Non-working Holiday
2024FriNov 1All Saints' DaySpecial Non-working Holiday
2025SatNov 1All Saints' DaySpecial Non-working Holiday

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