Saint Sylvester’s Day: December 31st

December 31st is the Saint Sylvester’s Day. The Saint Sylvester’s Day, is also known as Sylwester. Sylwester is the Pope of the Catholic and Orthodox Churches, who reigned from January 31st, 314 to December 31st,…

Rizal Day, Philippines: December 30th

December 30th is Rizal Day of Philippines. This day is a memorial day to commemorate the victims of Spanish colonial rule over the Philippines. It’s a holiday in Philippines to honor the national hero of…

Cinematography Day: December 28th

December 28th is the day the Cinematography was born. On this day in 1895, Cinematography was invented by the “Lumiere Brothers”. It was released for the first time in Paris, France. For the Cinematography, the…

Peter Pan Day: December 27th

December 27th is Peter Pan Day. On this day in 1904, the fairy tale “Peter Pan” was performed in London, England. Peter Pan is a play by the English-Scottish playwright James Matthew Barrie. The original…

Boxing Day: December 26th

December 26th is Boxing Day. Boxing Day is a holiday centered on the Commonwealth of the United Kingdom. This day is the day after Christmas and originally called “Boxing”. It’s said that the day to…

Mass of Christ: December 25th

December 25th is Christmas, which means the mass of Christ. “Mass” is Latin and refers to the liturgy of bread and wine held in the Catholic Church. Although it’s popular as an annual event even…

Christmas Eve Used To Meant ”25th Evening”

December 24th is Christmas Eve. The origin of Eve is “evening”. Originally Christmas Eve means “the evening of the Christmas day”, not the day before Christmas. In the Jewish calendar and the ecclesiastical calendar, the…