- In 2016 year All Saints' Day falls on
first Tuesday of November
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All Saints' Day - or Solemnity of All Saints - is a solemnity celebrated on the first of November in honour of all the saints, either known and unknown. It is the day after the feast of All Hallows' Evening (also known as Halloween). This solemnity comes from Christian tradition of celebrating the martyrdom of saints on the anniversary of their death.
In the early days the feast of All Saints was celebrated on the 13 May but in 731 Pope Gregory III moved it to 1 November. For many Catholic countries it is a national holiday.
A list of All Saints' Day dates in the following years
Below are the dates for All Saints' Day in the next 10 years. You can also see on which day of the week the holiday falls and how many days are left until that date.