Holy Days of Obligations in your country

I’d like to know the Holy Days of Obligations in your country. :slight_smile:

In Singapore, we have 4;

  • The Ascension
  • The Assumption of BVM
  • All Saints Day
  • Nativity of Our Lord

In US, there are 6 right?

  • Mary, the Mother of God
  • The Ascension
  • The Assumption of BVM
  • All Saints Day
  • Immaculate Conception of Mary
  • Nativity of Our Lord

Any other countries?

What I found out… Any correction? :smiley:

**Australia **
Christmas
The Epiphany (observed on following Sunday)
The Assumption of Mary
The Ascension (observed on following Sunday)
Corpus Christi (observed on following Sunday)

**Belgium **
Christmas
The Epiphany (observed on the Sunday after January 1)
The Assumption of Mary
The Ascension
All Saints

**Canada **
Christmas
Mary, the Mother of God
The Epiphany (observed on following Sunday)
The Ascension (observed on following Sunday)
Corpus Christi (observed on following Sunday)

**England and Wales **
Christmas
The Epiphany
St. Peter and St. Paul
The Assumption of Mary
All Saints
The Ascension
Corpus Christi

**Ireland **
The Immaculate Conception
Christmas
The Epiphany
St. Patrick’s Day
The Assumption of Mary
All Saints

**The Netherlands **
Christmas
The Ascension

**Poland **
Christmas
Mary, the Mother of God
Epiphany
The Assumption of Mary
All Saints
The Ascension (observed on following Sunday)
Corpus Christi

**United States **
By Decree of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops (now the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops), promulgated November 17, 1992 by the Most Reverend Daniel E. Pilarczyk, Archbishop of Cincinnati, and confirmed by the Apostolic See on July 4, 1992, the Holy Days of Obligation for Latin Rite Catholics in the United States are:

The Immaculate Conception
The Nativity of the Lord (Christmas)
Mary, the Mother of God
Ascension (observed on the following Sunday in many dioceses)
The Assumption of Mary
All Saints Day

Thank you for the information. It was very informative and detailed. Peace in Jesus with you.

DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed in these forums do not necessarily reflect those of Catholic Answers. For official apologetics resources please visit www.catholic.com.