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- n. A day in a liturgical calendar that is observed in honor of a saint.
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- n. A day in a liturgical calendar that is observed in honour of a saint; not necessarily a holiday.
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- n. a day commemorating a saint
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"I am sad because it is my saint's day and my mother's day," she explained, and she took me into her room, where everything was draped in somber colors.
The first ceremony of note in the new chapel was the celebration of the feast of St. Charles of which Father Guignas writes: "We did not forget that the fourth day of the month [November] was the saint's day of the general.