All Souls’ Day, in Roman Catholicism, a day for commemoration of all the faithful departed, those baptized Christians who are believed to be in purgatory because they died with the guilt of lesser sins on their souls. The All Saints’ Day and the All Souls’ Day are more important… It is observed on November 2. Hallo, Pooh, you're just in time for a little smackerel of something . Poland. If you happen to be in Poland near the end of October/beginning of November then you are likely to witness one of the most important days in the Polish calendar- Dzień Zaduszny or All Souls Day. 2nd of November – All Souls’ Day. It takes muscles and time. But they need to be polished. Want to learn about All Souls’ Day? Celebrations Today Brass polishing is hard. In contrast to the way other countries on this list celebrate All Souls' Day, Poland makes it a very quiet, solemn affair. All Saints’ Day is followed by the All Souls’ Day (in Polish Zaduszki or Dzień Zaduszny). Learn Polish in the fastest, easiest and most fun way. Remember Me Research Associate Dr Marcin Biernat explains emerging and continuing traditions around All Saints' Day in the Polish community in Hull. In this FREE PolishPod101 lesson, you learn Polish words and phrases and get bonus audio lessons. In this FREE PolishPod101 lesson, you learn Polish words and phrases and get bonus audio lessons. Although it is a holy day of obligation ( a day when Catholics are required to attend to mass) it has become more of a cultural tradition rather than a religious one. It is celebrated on the 2nd of November, which is not a bank holiday, but practising Roman Catholics tend to go to a mass on that day. Translation for 'All Souls’ Day' in the free English-Polish dictionary and many other Polish translations. While I’m at it, I’ll polish these other brass things that have bothered me— A plate stand spattered with hard water spots that have tarnished, from boiling water being poured nearby for coffee or tea. Many celebrate Halloween on the night of 31st October, but the Roman Catholic Church in Poland opposes Halloween and its celebration.