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JUNE 20, 2011 (Monday) is A Non-Working Holiday (Rizal's 150th Birth Day) -Palace

Jose Rizal, the national hero of the Philippin...                                      Image via Wikipedia
President Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino III announces today that Monday, June 20, 2011 is a non-working holiday throughout the Philippines in celebration of the 150th birthday of Dr. Jose Rizal, Philippines' national hero. The declaration is via Proclamation No. 154.

Rizal Day is celebrated annually every December 30, the date when Rizal was executed at Luneta. This is the first time that the country will celebrate Rizal's date of birth.


  1. my favorite subject RIZAL! sooner have a kid like rizal only one with Pnoy,-many more for sustains financially..pangarap ko ang magkaroon all my kids are smart but private sch? non! we are so practical in this younger son seems like leonardo da vinci he is special child magmamana yata sa akin pero wla syang older-she is bright with her tutor! ang maipapamana ko biyaya ng kababaan ng loob at survivor instinct! alam mo na- ibig maging una ay laging nasa huli at ang nauuna ay mapupunta pa sa huli! isa lang ibig sabihin ng Diyos sa mag-aaral magpasan ng kanyang krus-hinaharap ang kanyang problema at hindi naka asa sa iba-magsumikap ka -walang guidance?nakakalungkot pero magpatuloy ka..pero mas itinatampok talaga ay mahina pero oo sa pagtugon sa kalooban ng Dios..ako yunnn..sabi ng abay ko "huli man at magaling huli pa rin" pero ako pala ang number one sa puso ni Hesus ako ang una..una..una.Wag niyong kalimutan!maka Dios kasi ako!poor in the eyes of rich but rich in the eyes of jesus.kaming mga dukha na bumubuo sa mahal naming simbahang katoliko.isa lang! akoy alipin ng Dios!maganap ang kalooban ng aking Dios.So heaven!nasa langit na ba ako? ang sarap kasing maging lowly servant ni virgin Mary! ang puso koy nagagalak,nagagalak ang aking espiritu.wala akong hinangad kundi ang makita ang Dios sa aking buhay.maging huwaran si mama Mary.totoo dinidiyos ko ang kagandahan ni Virgin Mary.

  2. does this also mean no classes


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