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APRIL 2015

  • 2
    • Maundy Thursday - Christian
  • 3
    • Good Friday - Christian
    • Mahavir Jayanti ** - Jain
  • 4-11
    • Pesach (Passover) * - Jewish  (begins sundown on 3)
  • 4
    • Therevadin New Year ** - Buddhist
    • Hanuman Jayanti ** - Hindu
    • Lazarus Saturday - Orthodox Christian
  • 5
    • Easter - Christian
    • Palm Sunday - Orthodox Christian
  • 10
    • Holy Friday - Orthodox Christian
  • 12
    • Pascha (Easter) - Orthodox Christian
  • 14
    • Baisakhi - New Year - Sikh
  • 16
    • Yom HaShoah * - Jewish  (begins sundown on 15)
  • 21
    • First Day of Ridvan * - Baha’i   (begins sundown on 20)
  • 23
    • St. George Day - Christian
  • 24
    • Yom Ha’Atzmaut * - Jewish   (begins sundown on 23)
  • 29
    • Ninth Day of Ridvan * - Baha’i   (begins sundown on 28)

 

 

MAY 2015

  • 1
    • Beltane – Samhain * - Wicca/Pagan northern and southern hemispheres  (begins sundown on April 30)
  • 2
    • Twelfth Day of Ridvan * - Baha’i  (begins sundown on 1)
  • 4
    • Visakha Puja - Buddha Day ** - Buddhist
  • 7
    • Lag B’Omer * - Jewish
    • National Day of Prayer USA - Interfaith
  • 2
    • Ascension of Jesus - Orthodox Christian
  • 13
    • Lailat al Miraj * - Islam  (begins sundown on 12)
  • 21
    • Declaration of the Bab * - Baha’i   (begins sundown on 20)
  • 24-25
    • Shavuot * - Jewish   ( begins sundown on 23)
  • 24
    • Pentecost - Christian
  • 29
    • Ascension of Baha’u'llah * - Baha’i   ( begins sundown on 28)
  • 31
    • Pentecost - Orthodox Christian
    • Trinity Sunday - Christian

  • 1

    • Mary, Mother of God - Catholic Christian

    • Feast of St Basil - Orthodox Christian

    • Gantan-sai (New Years) - Shinto

  • 5

    • Twelfth Night - Christian

    • Mahayana New Year ** - Buddhist

    • Guru Gobindh Singh birthday - Sikh

  • 6

    • Epiphany - Christian

    • Feast of the Theophany - Orthodox Christian

    • Dia de los Reyes - Christian

    • Nativity of Christ - Armenian Orthodox Christian

  • 7

    • Feast of the Nativity - Orthodox Christian

  • 11

    • Baptism of the Lord Jesus - Christian

  • 13

    • Maghi - Sikh

  • 18

    • Week of Prayer for Christian Unity begins - Christian

    • World Religion Day * - Baha’i  (begins sundown on 17 )

  • 19

    • Timkat - Ethiopian Orthodox Christian

  • 24

    • Vasant Panchami ** - Hindu

  • 25

    • Conversion of St. Paul - Christian

FEBRUARY 2015

  • 1
    • Triodion begins Orthodox Christian
    • Four Chaplains Sunday- Interfaith
  • 2
    • Candlemas - Christian
    • Presentation of Christ in the Temple - Anglican Christian
    • St Brighid of Kildare - Celtic Christian
  • 3
    • Setsubun-sai ** - Shinto
  • 4
    • Tu BiShvat * - Jewish  (begins sundown on 3 )
  • 14
    • Saint Valentine’s Day- Christian
  • 15
    • Nirvana Day ** - Buddhist – Jain
    • Transfiguration Sunday - Christian
    • Meatfare Sunday - Orthodox Christian
  • 17
    • Shrove Tuesday - Christian
    • Maha Shivaratri - Hindu
  • 18
    • Ash Wednesday - Christian
  • 19
    • World Religion Day - Baha’i
    • Chinese New Year - Confucian, Daoist, Buddhist
  • 22
    • Cheesefare Sunday - Orthodox Christian
  • 23
    • Clean Monday – Great Lent begins - Orthodox Christian
  • 26 – March 1
    • Intercalary Days * - Baha’i  (begins sundown on 25)

MARCH 2015

  • 1
    • Orthodox Sunday - Orthodox Christian
    • Saint David of Wales - Christian
  • 2 – 20
    • Nineteen Day Fast * - Baha’i  (begins sundown on 1 )
  • 5
    • Purim * - Jewish (begins sundown on 4)
    • Magha Puja Day ** -Buddhist
  • 6
    • Holi ** - Hindu
    • Hola Mohalla - Sikh
  • 17
    • St Patrick’s Day - Christian

    19

    • Saint Joseph’s Day - Christian
  • 21
    • Naw Ruz (News Year) *  - Baha’i  (begins sundown on 20 )
    • Norooz (New Year) - Persian/Zoroastrian
    • New Year - Hindu
  • 21-28
    • Ramayana ** - Hindu
  • 25
    • Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Christian
  • 28
    • Ramanavami ** - Hindu
    • Birth of Prophet Zarathushtra ** - Zoroastrian
  • 29
    • Palm Sunday - Christian

NOVEMBER 2014

  • 1
    • All Saints Day - Christian
  • 2
    • All Souls Day - Catholic Christian
  • 5
    • Ashura * ** - Islam
  • 6
    • Guru Nanak Dev Sahib birthday - Sikh
  • 12
    • Birth of Baha’u'llah - Baha’i
  • 15-25
    • Winter Lent - Orthodox Christian
  • 21
    • Yule - Christian
  • 23
    • Christ the King - Christian
  • 24
    • Guru Tegh Bahadur martyrdom - Sikh
  • 26
    • Day of the Covenant - Baha’i
  • 27
    • Thanksgiving - Interfaith USA
  • 28
    • Ascension of Abdu’l-Baha - Baha’i
  • 30
    • Saint Andrew’s Day - Christian
    • Advent begins through December 24 - Christian

OCTOBER 2014

  • 3
    • Waqf al Arafa – Hajj Day * ** - Islam
  • 4
    • Yom Kippur * - Jewish
    • Saint Francis Day - Catholic Christian
    • Dasara ** - Hindu
  • 4-7
    • Eid al Adha * ** - Islam
  • 9-15
    • Sukkot * - Jewish
  • 13
    • Thanksgiving – Canada - Interfaith
  • 16
    • Shemini Atzeret * - Jewish
  • 17
    • Simchat Torah * - Jewish
  • 20
    • Birth of the Báb * - Baha’i
    • Installation of Scriptures as Gukru Granth - Sikh
  • 21-25
    • Deepavali ** - Hindu
  • 23
    • Diwali - Deepavali ** - Hindu – Jain – Sikh
  • 24
    • Jain New Year ** - Jain
  • 25
    • Hijra – New Year * ** - Islam
  • 26
    • Reformation Day ** - Protestant Christian
  • 28
    • Milvian Bridge Day - Christian

SEPTEMBER 2014

  • 1
    • Ecclesiastical year begins - Orthodox Christian
  • 6
    • Nativity of Mary - Christian
  • 14
    • Elevation of the Life Giving Cross – Holy Cross Day - Christian
  • 24-25
    • Rosh Hashanah * - Jewish
  • 17
  • 27
    • Meskel- Ethiopian Orthodox Christian
  • 29
    • Michael and All Angels - Christian
  • 29 – October 3
    • Navaratri ** - Hindu

AUGUST 2014

  • 1
    • Lammas - Christian
    • Fast in Honor of the Holy Mother of Jesus - Orthodox Christian
    • Lughanssad – Imbolc * - Wicca/Pagan Northern and southern hemispheres
  • 6
    • Transfiguration of the Lord - Orthodox Christian
  • 5
    • Tish’a B’av * - Jewish
  • 10
    • Raksha Bandhan ** - Hindu
  • 15
    • Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Catholic Christian
    • Dormition of the Theotokos - Orthodox Christian
  • 17
    • Krishna Janmashtami ** - Hindu
  • 29
    • Ganesh Chaturthi ** - Hindu
    • Beheading of John the Baptist - Christian
  • 30
    • Paryushana Parva ** - Jains

Definitions

  • 8
    • Ramanavami ** - Hindu
  • 12
    • Lazarus Saturday - Orthodox Christian
  • 13
    • Palm Sunday - All Christians
    • Mahavir Jayanti ** - Jain
  • 14
    • Baisakhi New Year - Sikh
  • 15
    • Lord’s Evening Meal - Jehovah’s Witness Christian
    • Hanuman Jayanti ** - Hindu
  • 15-22 *
    • Pesach (Passover) - Jewish
  • 17
    • Maundy Thursday - Christian
  • 18
    • Good (Holy) Friday - All Christian
  • 20
    • Easter - All Christians
  • 21First Day of Ridvan * -

    Baha’i

  • 23
    • St. George Day - Christian
  • 27
    • Yom HaShoah * - Jewish
  • 29
    • Ninth Day of Ridvan * - Baha’i

MAY 2014

  • 1
    • National Day of Prayer - Interfaith USA
  • 2
    • Twelfth Day of Ridvan * - Baha’i
  • 5
    • Yom Ha’Atzmaut* - Jewish
  • 15-18
    • Theravadin New Year ** - Buddhist
  • 18
    • Lag B’Omer* - Jewish
  • 14
    • Visakha Puja - Buddha Day ** - Buddhist
  • 23
    • Declaration of the Bab * - Baha’i
  • 27
    • Lailat al Miraj * ** - Islam
  • 29
    • Ascension of Jesus - All Christians
    • Ascension of Baha’u'llah * - Baha’i

JUNE 2014

  • 4-5
    • Shavuot * - Jewish
  • 8
    • Pentecost - All Christians
  • 9
    • Saint Columba of Iona - Christian
  • 14
    • Lailat al Bara’ah * ** - Islam
  • 15
    • Trinity Sunday - Christian
    • All Saints - Orthodox Christian
  • 16
    • Guru Arjan Dev martyrdom - Sikh
  • 19
    • New Church Day - Swedenborgian Christian
    • Corpus Christi - Catholic Christian
  • 27
    • Sacred Heart of Jesus - Catholic Christian
  • 28
    • Ramadan Begins * ** - Islam
  • 29
    • Saints Peter and Paul - Christian

 

DOMENICA 20 APRILE 2014

Oggi  oltre due miliardi i fedeli in tutto il mondo festeggiano la Pasqua. Certo però non hanno tutti la stessa fede e confessione religiosa. Infatti dagli ebrei ai cristiani ortodossi ai cristiani cattolici è questi sono i giorni della Pasqua, una coincidenza più unica che rara se si pensa che la Pesah, pasqua ebraica, si celebra il 14esimo giorno del mese di Nisa, mentre i cattolici e gli ortodossi, anche se per entrambe le confessioni la Pasqua si celebri la prima domenica dopo la prima luna nuova dopo l’equinozio di primavera, a causa del calednario diverso, Giuliano per gli ortodossi e Gregoriano per i cattolici, di solito si celebrano in giorni diversi.

A Gerusalemme sono arrivate migliaia e migliaia di fedeli per celebrare la Settimana Santa, Insieme, ognuno nei propri luoghi sacri, ebrei e cristiani hanno celebrato la Pasqua. Tantissimi i riti pubblici organizzati dalle comunità cristiane in Terra Santa, come la lavanda dei piedi celebrata nel Cenacolo sul Monte Sion, dove il Patriarca Latino ha lavato i piedi dei suoi sacerdoti.

Celebrazioni anche per gli ortodossi. Sabato oltre 250mila fedeli hanno partecipato alla tradizionale cerimonia del “Fuoco Sacro”, sempre nella Chiesa del Santo Sepolcro, uno dei luoghi spirituali più visitati di Gerusalemme e gestito da ben sei comunità: greci, latini, siriaci, armeni, etiopi e copti egiziani. La tradizione vuole che il patriarca, dopo essere entrato nella piccola camera che segna il luogo della tomba di Gesù, torni con un cero illuminato, la cui fiamma viene passata alle candele dei fedeli. La cerimonia finisce con i credenti che percorrono con le candele accese le strade della città. Si tratta di uno dei rituali più suggestivi e antichi della Chiesa ortodossa, praticato da almeno 1200 anni.

Durante le celebrazioni per la Pasqua ebraica, in cui si ricorda la liberazione dalla schiavitù in Egitto, il popolo ebraico svolge le sue cerimonie in modo privato, in famiglia. Dopo le pulizie nelle case per cancellare ogni traccia di lievito e il digiuno iniziano i festeggiamenti con la tradizionale cena del Seder.

Leggi anche:

LEGGI ANCHE SU:
http://www.lastampa.it/2014/04/20/esteri/la-pasqua-unisce-cattolici-e-ortodossi-viaggio-a-gerusalemme-tra-i-pellegrini-LXlhHUW86nV7ITXOKm5naK/pagina.html

 

 

AUGUST 2013

  • 1
    • Fast in Honor of the Holy Mother of Jesus – Orthodox Christian
    • Lammas – Christian
  • 3
    • Laylat al Kadr * – Islam
  • 6
    • Transfiguration of the Lord – Orthodox Christian
  • 8-11
    • Eid al Fitr * ** – Islam
  • 15
    • Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary – Catholic Christian
    • Dormition of the Theotokos _ Orthodox Christian
  • 21
    • Raksha Bandhan ** – Hindu
  • 28
    • Krishna Janmashtami ** – Hindu
  • 29
    • Beheading of John the Baptist – Christian

 

SEPTEMBER 2013

  • 1
    • Ecclesiastical Year begins – Orthodox Christian
  • 5-6
    • Rosh Hashanah * – Jewish
  • 9
    • Ganesh Chaturthi ** – Hindu
  • 10
    • Paryushana Parva ** – Jain
  • 14
    • Yom Kippur* – Jewish
    • Elevation of the Life Giving Cross – Holy Cross Day – Christian
  • 19-25
    • Sukkot* – Jewish
  • 26
    • Shemini Atzeret * – Jewish
  • 27
    • Simchat Torah * – Jewish
    • Meskel – Ethiopian Christian
  • 29
    • Michael and All Angels – Christian

 

JULY 2013

  • 9
    • Ramadan begins * ** – Islam
    • Martyrdom of the Bab * – Baha’i
  • 11
    • Saint Benedict Day – Christian
  • 13-15
    • Obon ** – Shinto -Buddhist
  • 15
    • Saint Vladimir Day – Christian
  • 16
      • Tish’a B’Av
      • * -

    Judaism

  • 22
    • Asalhka Puja Day ** – Buddhist

 

AUGUST 2013

  • 1
    • Fast in Honor of the Holy Mother of Jesus – Orthodox Christian
    • Lammas – Christian
  • 3
    • Laylat al Kadr * – Islam
  • 6
    • Transfiguration of the Lord – Orthodox Christian
  • 8-11
    • Eid al Fitr * ** – Islam
  • 15
    • Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary – Catholic Christian
    • Dormition of the Theotokos _ Orthodox Christian
  • 21
    • Raksha Bandhan ** – Hindu
  • 28
    • Krishna Janmashtami ** – Hindu
  • 29
    • Beheading of John the Baptist – Christian

 

APRIL 2013

  • 1-2
    • Pesach  – Last two days * -  Jewish
  • 7
    • Yom HaShoah * – Jewish
  • 11
    • Hindu New Year ** – Hindu
  • 11-20
    • Ramayana ** – Hindu
  • 14
    • Baisakhi – New Year – Sikh
  • 15
    • Yom Ha’Atzmaut* – Jewish
  • 20
    • Ramanavani ** – Hindu
  • 21
    • First Day of Ridvan * – Baha’i
  • 23
    • St. George Day – Christian
  • 25
    • Hanuman Jayanti ** – Hindu
    • Mahavir Jayanti ** – Jain
  • 25-28
    • Therevadin New Year ** – Buddhist
  • 27
    • Lazarus Saturday – Orthodox Christian
  • 28
    • Lag B’Omer * – Jewish
    • Palm Sunday – Orthodox Christian
  • 29
    • Ninth Day of Ridvan * – Baha’i

MAY 2013

  • 2
    • Twelfth Day of Ridvan * – Baha’i
    • National Day of Prayer USA – Interfaith
  • 3
    • Holy Friday – Orthodox Christian
  • 5
    • Easter/Pascha – Orthodox Christian
  • 9
    • Ascension Day – Christian
  • 15-16
    • Shavuot * – Jewish
  • 19
    • Pentecost (Whit Sunday) – Christian
  • 23
    • Declaration of the Bab * – Baha’i
  • 25
    • Visakha Puja – Buddha Day ** – Buddhist
  • 26
    • Trinity Sunday – Christian
  • 29
    • Ascension of Baha’u'llah * – Baha’i
  • 30
    • Corpus Christi – Catholic Christian

 

 

JUNE 2013

  • 5
    • Lailat al Miraj * ** – Islam
  • 7
    • Sacred Heart of Jesus – Catholic Christian
  • 13
    • Ascension of Jesus – Orthodox Christian
  • 16
    • Guru Arjan Dev martyrdom – Sikh
  • 23
    • Lailat al Bara’ah * ** – Islam
    • Pentecost – Orthodox Christian
  • 24
    • Lailat al Bara’ah * – Islam
  • 29
    • Saints Peter and Paul – Christian
  • 30
    • All Saints – Orthodox Christian

 

MARCH 2013

  • 1
    • Saint David of Wales – Christian
  • 2 -20
    • Nineteen Day Fast * – Baha’i
  • 10
    • Meatfare Sunday – Orthodox Christian
    • Maha Shivaratri – Hindu
    • 17
    • St Patrick’s Day – Christian
    • Cheesefare Sunday – Orthodox Christian
  • 18
    • Clean Monday – Lent begins – Orthodox Christian
  • 19
    • Saint Joseph’s Day – Christian
  • 21
    • Naw Ruz (New Year) * – Baha’i
    • Norouz (New Year) – Persian/Zoroastrian
  • 24
    • Orthodox Sunday – Orthodox Christian
    • Palm Sunday – Christian
  • 25
    • Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin – Christian
  • 26-27 *
    • Pesach (Passover) First two days * – Judaism
  • 26
    • Khordad Sal (Birth of Prophet Zaranhushtra) Zoroastrian
  • 27
    • Magha Puja Day ** – Buddhist
    • Holi ** – Hindu
  • 28
    • Maundy Thursday – Christian
    • Hola Mohalla – Sikh
    • Birth of Prophet Zarathushtra ** – Zoroastrian
  • 29
    • Good Friday – Christian
  • 31
    • Easter – Christian

 

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I LIBRI DEL MESE

Cristiani contro musulmani. Sunniti contro sciiti. Cattolici contro protestanti. Perché l’umanità combatte nel nome di Dio? Le guerre religiose, e in particolare lo scontro fra civiltà, sono da sempre appartenute alla storia dell’uomo, come se nel genere umano fosse presente una tendenza innata a combattere e distruggere sé stessi e gli altri in nome di una fede. Dalla prima jihad nel VII secolo, all’indomani della nascita della religione islamica, alle crociate cristiane del Medioevo, dalle guerre connesse alla Riforma protestante fino al terrorismo settario dei giorni nostri e alla risposta dell’antiterrorismo, Christopher Catherwood ricostruisce la storia della guerra santa, analizzando in tutti i dettagli la complessità e la molteplicità di aspetti di un argomento che ha diviso e continua a dividere l’opinione pubblica.

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Dall’attacco dell’11 settembre 2001 alle Twin Towers all’attentato spagnolo dell’11 marzo 2004, dagli episodi di guerriglia nel Medio Oriente alle raccapriccianti decapitazioni di ostaggi da parte di miliziani islamici… I recenti episodi di terrorismo hanno acceso inquietanti interrogativi sul fondamentalismo religioso. Oggi più che mai occorre una decisa condanna dei crimini contro l’umanità giustificati da ideologiche scusanti religiose: è lo stesso Papa a prendere tale posizione, invitando l’umanità ad abbandonare ogni cultura di morte e a ritrovare la strada della pace e della fratellanza.

 

FEBRUARY 2013

  • 2
    • Candlemas – Christian
    • Presentation of Christ in the Temple – Anglican Christian
    • Saint Brighid of Kildare – Celtic Christian
  • 3
    • Four Chaplains Sunday- Interfaith
    • Setsubun-saiShinto
  • 10
    • Transfiguration Sunday – Christian
    • Chinese New Year – Confucian, Daoist, Buddhist
  • 12
    • Shrove TuesdayChristian
  • 13
    • Ash Wednesday – Lent begins through March 23  Christian
  • 14
    • Nirvana Day ** – Buddhist
    • Valentine’s Day – Christian
  • 15
    • Vasant Panchami ** - Hindu
    • Nirvana **Jain
  • 24
    • Purim * – Jewish
    • Triodion beginsOrthodox Christian
  • 26 – March 1
    • Intercalary Days * – Baha’i

*

 

  • 1
    • Mary, Mother of God – Catholic Christian
    • Feast of St Basil – Orthodox Christian
    • Gantan-sai (New Years) – Shinto
    • Holy Name of Jesus – Orthodox Christian
  • 5
    • Guru Gobindh Singh birthday – Sikh
  • 6
    • Epiphany – Christian
    • Feast of the Theophany – Orthodox Christian
    • Dia de los Reyes – Christian
    • Nativity of Christ – Armenian Orthodox
  • 7
    • Nativity of Christ ** – Orthodox Christian
  • 13
    • Baptism of the Lord Jesus – Christian
    • Maghi – Sikh
  • 15
    • World Religion Day – Baha’i
  • 17
    • Blessing of the Animals – Hispanic Catholic Christian
  • 18-25
    • Week of Prayer for Christian Unity – Christian
  • 19
    • Timkat- Ethiopian Orthodox Christian
  • 20
    • World Religion Day – Baha’i
  • 24
    • Mawlid an Nabi * ** – Islam
  • 25
    • Conversion of Saint Paul – Christian
  • 26
    • Tu BiShvat * – Jewish
  • 27-30
    • Mahayana New Year ** – Buddhist

*

  • Advent – First Sunday – Christian
  • 6
    • Saint Nicholas Day – Christian
  • 8
    • Rohatsu (Bodhi Day)  ** – Buddhist
    • Immaculate Conception of Mary – Catholic Christian
  • 9-16
    • Hanukkah * – Judaism
  • 25
    • Christmas * – Christian
    • Feast of the Nativity ** – Orthodox Christians
  • 26
    • Zarathosht Diso (Death of Prophet Zarathushtra ** – Zoroastrian
  • 28
    • Holy Innocents – Christian
  • 30
    • Feast of the Holy Family – Catholic Christian
  • 31
    • Watch Night – Christian

*

NOVEMBER 2012

  • 1
    • All Saint’s Day – Christian
  • 2
    • All Soul’s Day – Catholic Christian
  • 11
    • Jain New Year ** – Jain
  • 11-15
    • Deepavali  ** – Hindu
  • 12
    • Birth of Baha’u'llah * – Bahai
  • 13
    • Diwali – Deepavali ** – Hindu – Jain – Sikh
  • 15
    • Hijra – New Year * ** – Islam
    • Nativity Fast through 12-25 – Orthodox Christian
  • 22
    • Thanksgiving  USA – Interfaith
  • 21
    • Yule – Christian
  • 24
    • Ashura * ** – Islam
    • Guru Tegh Bahadur Martyrdom – Sikh
  • 25
    • Christ the King – Christian
  • 26
    • Day of the Covenant * – Baha’i
  • 28
    • Ascension of Abdu’l-Baha * – Baha’i
    • Guru Nanak Dev Sahib birthday – Sikh
  • 30
    • Saint Andrew’s Day – Christian

 

OCTOBER 2012

  • 1-7 (1-2 Primary Obligation Days)

    • Sukkot * – Judaism
  • 4
    • Saint Francis Day – Catholic Christian
  • 8
    • Shemini Atzeret * – Judaism
    • Thanksgiving – Canada – Interfaith
  • 9
    • Simhat Torah *- Judaism
  • 16-23
    • Navaratri ** – Hindu
  • 18
    • Saint Luke – Apostle and Evangelist – Christian
  • 20
    • Birth of the Báb * – Baha’i
    • Installation of Scriptures as Gukru Granth – Sikh
  • 24
    • Dasera ** – Hindu
  • 25
    • Waqf al Arafa – Hajj Day * – Islam
  • 26-29
    • Eid al Adha * ** – Islam
  • 28
    • Milvian Bridge Day – Christian
    • Reformation Day **Protestant Christian

 

 

SEPTEMBER 2012

  • 1
    • Ecclesiastical Year begins – Orthodox Christian
  • 8
    • Nativity of Mary – Christian
  • 14
    • Elevation of the Life Giving Cross – Holy Cross Day – Christian
  • 17-18
    • Rosh HaShanah * – Judaism
  • 19
    • Ganesh Chaturthi ** – Hindu
  • 20-29
    • Paryushana Parva ** – Jain
  • 26
    • Yom Kippur * – Judaism
  • 28
    • Meskel – Ethiopian Orthodox Christian
  • 29
    • Michael and All Angels – Christian

*

 

  • 1

    • Fast in Honor of Holy Mother of Jesus – Orthodox Christian

    • Lammas – Christian

  • 2

    • Raksha Bandhan ** – Hindu

  • 6

    • Transfiguration of the Lord – Orthodox Christian

  • 10

    • Krishna Janmashtami ** – Hindu

  • 14

    • Lailat al Kadr * ** – Islam

  • 15

    • Assumption of Virgin Mary – Catholic Christian

    • Dormition of the Theotokos – Orthodox Christian

  • 19-21

    • Eid al Fitr * ** – Islam

  • 29
    • Beheading of John the Baptist – Christian

*

JULY

  • 3
    • Asalha Puja Day ** – Buddhist
  • 4
    • Lailat at Bara’ah * ** – Islam
  • 9
    • Martyrdom of the Bab * – Baha’i
  • 13-16
    • Obon  ** – Buddhist – Shinto
  • 15
    • Saint Vladimir Day – Christian
  • 20
    • Ramadan Begins * ** – Islam
  • 24
    • Pioneer Day – Mormon
  • 25
    • Saint James the Great Day – Christian
  • 29
    • Tisha B’Av * – Judaism

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  • 3

    • Trinity Sunday – Christian

 

  • 7

    • Corpus Christi – Catholic Christian

 

  • 3

    • Pentecost – Orthodox Christian

 

  • 9

    • Saint Columba of Iona – Christian

 

  • 10

    • All Saints – Orthodox Christian

 

  • 16

    • Lailat al Miraj * ** – Islam

    • Guru Arjan Dev martyrdom – Sikh

 

  • 15 
    • Sacred Heart of Jesus – Catholic Christian

 

29

    • Saints Peter and Paul – Christian

 

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  • 2

    • Twelfth Day of Ridvan * – Baha’i

  • 3

    • National Day of Prayer – Interfaith USA

  • 6

    • Visakha Puja – Buddha Day ** – Buddhist

  • 10

    • Lag B’Omer * – Jewish

  • 17

    • Ascension Day – Christian

  • 23
    • Declaration of the Bab * – Baha’i

  • 24
    • All Ascension of Jesus – Orthodox Christian

  • 27

    • Pentecost – Christian

  • 27-28

    • Shavuot * – Jewish

  • 29

    • Ascension of Baha’u'llah * – Baha’i

 

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