Inner Circle Forums
Portions of the Undoctored Inner Circle Member Forum and its vast wealth of knowledge, are available only to our Members.
Becoming an Inner Circle Member will allow you to post topics, ask Dr. Davis questions, and view all replies.

Happy Boxing Day/Christmas Sunday?

Member Forum >> Inner Circle Chit Chat >> Happy Boxing Day/Christmas Sunday?


No Avatar

Join Date: 12/20/2007
Posts Contributed: 5011
Total Likes: 750
Recommends Recd: 17
Ignores Issued: 0
Likes Recd: 0
Posted: 12/26/2021 2:03:11 PM
Edited: 12/26/2021 2:04:01 PM (1)

To all our friends celebrating Boxing Day the world over.

Being 25% Irish (with two red-haired sisters and a red-haired mother born on St. Patrick’s Day whose middle name was "Patricia") I am familiar with Boxing Day and wish all a Happy Boxing Day and celebrate along with everyone observing a day rooted in noble tradition.

I do request someone with more historical knowledge to help me out.  Given that the traditional Boxing Day (December 26th) falls on a Sunday this year, is it still common to regard Sunday the 26th in such cases as "Christmas Sunday" and therefore celebrate Boxing Day on the 27th?

Happy Holidays,



The information contained within this Forum and website is of a general nature and intended purely as background reading for the participants taking part in Forum discussions and projects. Changes may occur in circumstances at any time that may affect the accuracy or completeness of the information presented within any section of the Forum and website. This Forum and Track Your Plaque, LLC have taken all reasonable care in producing and presenting the content contained herein, however, we do not accept responsibility for any loss, expense or liability that you may incur from using or relying on the information sourced from this website, its forums and/or blogs.

Third-party content and links

This Forum and Track Your Plaque, LLC accept no responsibility for the accuracy of third-party content or links, or your reliance on any information contained within any such content available through our site. The comments published on this Forum represent a wide range of views and interests of the participating individuals and organizations. Statements made during online discussions are the personal opinions of the commentators and do not necessarily reflect those of others participating on this Forum. Track Your Plaque, LLC at all times and at its absolute discretion, reserves the right to remove reasonably offensive comments in line with our Moderation Guidelines.