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Traditional observances include the praying of the Way of the Cross (Via Crucis), the Holy Rosary, meditating on the five Sorrowful Mysteries, and reciting the five prayers in honor of Christ's five wounds.
Nationwide, there was intense pressure on public officials to acknowledge the official religious observance.
It should be noted that citizens are also interested in issues that are not related to the topic of observance of electoral rights.
awareness campaign is also being run for observance of traffic rules, he said stressing strict
While there are multiple sources indicating that religion and spirituality are important to clients and can improve health outcomes and quality of life, the occupational therapy literature offers little evidence of the use or inclusion of religious observance as a therapeutic occupation in clinical practice.
The Embassy of the United States in the Philippines and affiliated offices will be closed to the public on Monday, January 1, in observance of New Year's Day,' according to its advisory issued on Thursday.
Alberto Muyot announced that the observance - which started on November 19 and ends on November 25 - supports the activities led by the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Council (JJWC).
The IGP went round different sections of the post and inspected and reviewed in detail the security steps taken for peaceful observance of Muharram.
At command post Peshawar the IGP went round various sections of the post and inspected and reviewed in detail the police security steps adopted for peaceful observance of Muharram.
Impressing critics and audiences alike at 2015 events such as Montreal's Fantasia International Film Festival and the London Film Festival, Australian director Joseph Sims-Dennett's extraordinary supernatural horror film Observance was finally released in his home country earlier this year.
The Humanist Society of Scotland are seeking a judicial review of the Scottish Government's decision not to allow older pupils to opt out of religious observance at school.