When is Father’s Day 2018? Importance, Significance & History – Father’s day is a special occasion where we celebrate fatherhood, parental bonding and the father-child relationship. It’s a unique day when we can appreciate the contribution of fathers to our lives and express gratitude for the same. This year, we will celebrate this auspicious day in mid June. Fathers Day has been always special as it is the celebration of special bond between son/daughter & father.
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When is Father’s Day 2018 – Calendar Day & Date?
Father’s day is celebrated on the third Sunday of June. This year that is in 2018 it lies on the 17th of June. Father’s day is a special day and is a day when one must spend at least some quality time with his/her father and value that relationship. In the day to day busy schedule, we often forget to say certain things that are pretty obvious. Days like Father’s day are a boon for such unsaid words!
Father’s Day Celebration, Importance & Significance
The importance of this day is the celebration of the great bond of father and child. Often we forget to thank our fathers for all that they do for us throughout our lives, right from our birth. This is the day to say all of it out loud!
Father’s Day History
Father’s day is widely celebrated on the third Sunday of June. However, in the Catholic faith, it is celebrated on the 19th of March. It is the feast day of Saint Joseph was considered to be the fatherly figure throughout. It is also believed that Father’s Day celebration started as a counter for the Mother’s day celebrations. In the beginning of the 1900s, the daughter of a military veteran in Chicago successfully started celebrating Father’s day. But this tradition soon faded out. Soon after, it was revived and was also marked with a holiday in the United States. Father’s day is celebrated in different ways in different countries all over the world. Even if most of the countries celebrate Father’s day on the third Sunday of June, some European countries stick to the Catholic date 19th March as well.