When is St. David's feast day?
St. David's feast day is March 1st as per the Patron Saint Index.
St. David is the patron saint of Wales and his feast-day the International Day of the Welsh People, so wearing a daffodil or leek would be very appropriate. Yearly there will …be a street parade in Cardiff and Colwyn Bay, well worth a watch if you can get S4C on your TV. Try throwing a party or festival meal (if you feel particularly patriotic), with some traditional dishes.. If you are one of those 'English' types, it is often customary to make some kind of anti-Welsh gesture. It used to be tradition to close all the windows of the house, lest the fleas get in. I don't recommend celebrating in this way. It's not really in the spirit of 'Cymru am byth'.
Saint David's Day is the feast day of Saint David, the patron saint of Wales, and falls on 1 March each year. The date of March 1st was chosen in remembrance of the death of… Saint David on that day in 589, and has been celebrated by followers since then. The date was declared a national day of celebration within Wales in the 18th century. In 2006 Saint David's Day was officially celebrated on 28 February by Roman Catholics and on 2 March by the Anglican Church in Wales, because 1 March 2006 was Ash Wednesday, which is a day of penitence on which feast days are not celebrated.
St. David or Dewl Sant, is the patron Saint of the Welsh. His feast day is March 1st. You can Celebrate Saint David's Day by wearing a pendant that shows Y Ddraig Goch, The Re…d Dragon of Wales.
we celebrate st david's day because st david is known as our patron saint so we honour him by celebrating the day he died
St. David of Wales is the patron saint of that country and celebrated there.
The Latin rite of the Catholic Church celebrate's King David's feast day on December 29th.
January 2 is St. Basil's feast day.
St. Hannah (Anna, Anne) is July 26.
Her feast day used to be on June 10th. Howerver, she has been dropped from the Calendar of Saints because, as it turns out, she never existed. She was a fictional character in… a story that was circulating during the years of the early Church and it was mistakenly taken as an actual biography.
The feast day of Saint Cuthbert of Lindisfarne is March 20.
The feast of Saint Felicity of Rome is November 23.
St. Rebecca's feast day is celebrated on March 23....she is also known as St. Rafqa.
I hope you mean St. Bernadette. Her feast day is 16 April except in France where it is celebrated on 18 February.
St. Matthew the Apostle is memorialized on September 21.
The memorial of Saint Christina of Markyate, also known as Theodora or Christina Theodora of Markyate, is on December 5.
Most feast days are celebrated with a Mass in honor of that saint. If you want to know about local customs, you need to be more specific, as in, "How is St. David's feast day …celebrated in Wales?"