Saint Stephen’s day is celebrated on the 26th of December and it is also known as the Boxing Day. The day is celebrated in the memory of Saint Stephen who happens to be the first Christian martyr.
The holiday has a global reach and has been celebrated for more than a century. The day marks as the second day of Christmas in various countries and also as Saint Stephen’s day in Ireland and some such countries.
Saint Stephen’s Day Best Messages, Quotes and Greetings
As Saint Stephen was stoned to death, the Jesus wrapped him in the arms and took him to the heavens. A soul like his deserved all the God’s love.
A believer is never dead rather the believe he had spreads out wider to other folks around the world! Saint Stephen proved this right as the world embraced Jesus and god.
When Jesus left earth, he left behind his shadow in Saint Stephen. When death came, he was facing it with all calmness because god always helps those in need. Death was his need then which Jesus obliged.
Every true Christian knows that Saint Stephen was soul immensely pure and deserved better from the earth and its people. He fought for the obvious and yet was martyred.
Saint Stephen was a great soul and his death should not be mourned. He lives amidst each of us and enlightens us in the darkness. Happy Saint Stephen’s Day.
He helped the poor and served the needy. Saint Stephen’s was what Jesus exactly was and his death is a loss that we cannot ever overcome. Spread happiness as he did on this Saint Stephen’s Day.
His last breath went for the forgiveness of those who stoned him to death. Such great soul deserves all our love and devotion. Happy Saint Stephen’s Day.
The act of man was never greater than the love for God. Saint Stephen was a true soul and knew that God was always there watching and guiding us through life. Happy Saint Stephen’s Day.
There will always be the good and the evil but what we need to do is pick the good from the evil and pray to god that the evil vanishes soon. Happy Saint Stephen’s Day.
Look up at the sky and trust in God. The presence of the omnipresent is imminent and you can never deny it. Saint Stephen lost his life fighting a battle which he won with his life. Happy Saint Stephen’s Day.
Devotion towards the supreme authority, God, is something that every person should learn from Saint Stephen. His love for God and endless devotion made his ugly death a victory for the entire religion.
The evil shall always be alluring. Take your stand and fight off what is wrong and live a better life ahead. Happy St Stephen’s Day.
As the night of Christmas washes away, the tree falls brown, it brings in new sunshine the next morning which marks the Saint Stephen’s Day. Another reason to celebrate the love for God.
The Second day of Christmas is when the Saint Stephen became the first martyr just because he loved Jesus like he did no one else. Hold your head high and show love for God so that Saint Stephen becomes happy about his sacrifice.
Learn to forgive and forget, this is what God does to us. Have a happy Saint Stephen’s Day.
Life often gets tough and it is essential that we keep our trust on God in those tough moments. It is only he, who has the divinity to take you to the goal of your life. Happy Saint Stephen’s Day.
Have MERRY rest of the year just after the Christmas day is over because the light of the world is here with all God’s supreme grace. Happy Saint Stephen’s Day.
On this Saint Stephen’s day, head out and help the less fortunate to celebrate the second day of Christmas. The do not have the luxury and a bit of help shall do wonders!
Sharing always increases what you have and God doubles up the fun. What you may have always is a rare for someone else. Love what you have and share what you can. Happy Saint Stephen’s Day.
We are all God’s creation and hence it is better that we surrender ourselves because God only does what is better for us in life. Have a great and positive Saint Stephen’s Day.
Jesus was a blessing to the earth and Saint Stephen was a true reflection of his ideals. They shall forever be in our prayers because they were God to us. Happy Saint Stephen’s Day.
If anything is to be trusted upon then it is the mercy of the God due to which we are present in this earth. Wishing you all the humble and warm greetings of Saint Stephen’s Day.
All you need to do is keep doing good work and leave the rest on God. Time to Time you shall get all that you ever deserved! Have a great Saint Stephen’s Day.
Every morning we wake up just to see a new day which God has planned for us way back! We all are living on his mercy. Happy Saint Stephen’s Day.
On this Saint Stephen’s Day, make sure that you help those who are in need and love thy God from the bottom of the heart.
Saint Stephen was a passionate catholic and loved God/ Jesus with every inch of his soul. He could be broken but not his believe. Remembrance to the great Saint on this day.
Happy Saint Stephen’s Day. Step out and do good to world, eventually it will come back and make your living better! Trust God and believe in him with your heart.
Our warmest regards to you and your family on the occasion of St. Stephen’s Day. I hope we shall use this day to pray to lord as praying creates a strong bond with God.
The lovely season of holiday is here and so is the day of St. Stephan’s. I wish that the good souls of Saints bless you with happiness and prosperity on this Saint Stephan’s Day.
Throughout the year, we accept every benefaction presented to us by our Lord but on St. Stephan’s Day, I hope that you return thanks and pray. Wish you a holy St. Stephan’s Day.
On the eve of St. Stephan’s Day, I urge my German brothers and sisters to remember the sacrifice of St. Stephan and stand by his beliefs and teachings. Wish you a peaceful St. Stephan’s Day
All my love and best wishes to you to spend this Saint Stephan’s day and the rest of the week by having fun and being a saint to everyone you meet. Have a joyous St. Stephan’s Day.
If we are good then we all are saints in the eyes of the Lord. On the eve of St. Stephan’s day, I wish you happiness and may you help spread nothing but joy to the people around you.
There is no problem in being human and making mistakes as the saints don’t judge us on our mistakes but on our efforts to become a better being. Wish you a happy St. Stephan’s Day.
We all go through the necessary pain and sufferings but do not despise them rather learn from them to grow as they are nothing but a kiss from Saints and God. Have a wonderful St. Stephan’s Day
Every beautiful thing in this world is born out of a noble deeds or great wisdom. These were Saint Stephan’s greatest strength and on his day, I wish you peace and his strength in life.
It doesn’t matter whether you believe in Christianity or not but if you are an opposer of wrongdoings then you are a follower of a Saint. Wish you a lovely St. Stephan’s Day.
God in his own ways sometimes challenges us with the struggles and pain that the martyred saints have felt but we must never give up. On St. Stephan’s Day, I wish you courage in life.
Saint Stephan was doing his duty towards the will of God and he did it in the manner God wills it. To the people of Germany, I wish that we all aspire to do what he did. Have a delightful St. Stephan’s day.
It’s belief of spreading good in this world that moves us a step closer towards the sainthood. On the eve of St. Stephan’s day, I wish you saint-like feast and a jolly holiday with your loved ones.
St. Stephen’s Day Messages
A pure soul like Saint Stephan deserved all the love of God so on Saint Stephan’s day let’s remember our first Christian martyr in our prayers and commemorate him with all our heart.
We should be saints here on earth, continuing their works while laboring and suffering in a holy and divine manner. Let’s start following on their footsteps from this eve of St. Stephan’s Day.
With prayer, our heart rushes towards the divinity of it. It gives us a glimpse towards heaven and on the occasion of St. Stephan’s Day, let us pray for the saints that are alive in our world.
If we become the person what we are supposes to be then there would not be any negativity habituating in our life. On St. Stephan’s Day, may we all take the path of positivity and spread it.
We must live our life with certain beliefs because without it we’d have a fate that is more terrible than dying. So if you believe in doing good than make this St. Stephan’s Day memorable.
If we look into the history of Stephan’s day then there are lots of things that’ll inspire you. May you spend the holy occasion by doings what’s necessary and possible for you to do.
Our desires may exceed the humble powers of Saint Stephan but he trusted the Lord’s compassion and mercy to fulfill it. May your faith is renewed on the eve of St. Stephan’s Day.
Charity is much greater than any rules or written commandments. I believe everyone can create their own rules that lead us to do charity on this auspicious occasion of St. Stephan’s Day.
Move away from the people who don’t believe in doing good for others and do the things that the lord will be proud of. This St. Stephan’s Day, May you follow the path of good karma.
The beloved nation of ours doesn’t need what we already have. Our country needs us to be on the right side of everything. So seek the blessings of Saint Stephan and awaken the saint in you.
A believer like Saint Stephan cannot ever be killed because his beliefs have reached out wider into this world and this is why we celebrate St. Stephan’s Day with the feeling of pride and joy.
Saint Stephan is the shadow of our Lord Jesus that he himself gave to us and if we could look beyond the greedy things in life then we can attain the power of being an earthly saint.
On St. Stephan’s day, Let’s try to stand up for ones who fight for what’s right as now and even back then when you fought for obvious things then you’d end up martyred just like Saint Stephan.
St. Stephen’s Day Quotes
It is only by sacrifice and suffering, offered as penance, that you will be able, by the grace of God, to convert sinners. –St. Jean Vianney, the Curé of Ars
Our entire good consists not only in accepting the truth of God’s word, but in persevering in it –St. Francis de Sales
“We cannot all do great things, but we can do small things with great love.” St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta