Spiritual Baptist/Shouter Liberation Day
|Spiritual Baptist/Shouter Liberation Day|
|Observed by||Trinidad and Tobago;
|Occasion||Celebrates the repeal of
laws banning the faith
Spiritual/Shouter Baptist Liberation Day is an annual public holiday celebrated in Trinidad and Tobago on 30 March. The holiday commemorates the repeal on 30 March 1951 of the 1917 Shouter Prohibition Ordinance that prohibited the activities of the Shouter or Spiritual Baptist faith.
Trinidad and Tobago is the only country in the world that celebrates a public holiday for the Spiritual Baptist faith.
- Spiritual/Shouter Baptist Liberation Day from the NALIS website
- St Francis National Evangelical Spiritual Baptist Faith Archdiocese of Canada
- Interesting account of Spiritual Baptist beliefs and customs
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