RELIGIOUS FESTIVALS CALENDAR 2013
Jewish calendar for 2013 Tuesday 1 January. An important Jewish fast day. Saturday 26 January. The Jewish New Year for trees - For religious accounting purposes all trees have their..Sunday 27 January. The UK Holocaust Memorial Day was first held in January 2001. The date was chosen as the anniversary..Thursday 21 February. A fast in commemoration of the fast of..Monday 15 April. Wednesday 8 May. More
Jewish Holiday Calendar for 2011, 2012, 2013
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Religious Holidays 2013: An Interfaith Calendar (Christian
Christian Holidays 2013 (all denominations): Jan 1 - Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God (Catholic) Jan 1 - Feast of St. Basil (Orthodox Christian) Jan 6 - Epiphany Jan 6 - Feast of Theophany (Orthodox Christian) Jan 6 - Nativity of Jesus (Armenian Orthodox) Jan 7 - Christmas Day (Orthodox Christian) Jan 19 - Timkat (Ethiopian Orthodox Christian)
Holidays: Religious and Secular, 2013
It is fixed as the 12th day of the month of Rabi I in the Islamic calendar. Groundhog Day, Sat., Feb 2. Legend has it that if the groundhog sees his shadow, he'll return to his hole, and winter will last another six weeks. Chinese New Year, Sun., Feb. 10, is the most important celebration in the Chinese calendar.
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St. Anthony's Day (Christian) January 17, 2013 This Christian feast day honors the first Christian monk, a 3rd century BCE Egyptian hermit who established a community of hermits and went on to become the patron saints of domestic animals.
Jewish Holiday Calendar for 2011, 2012, 2013
Jewish calendar for 2013 Tuesday 1 January. An important Jewish fast day. Saturday 26 January. The Jewish New Year for trees - For religious accounting purposes all trees have their.. Sunday 27 January. The UK Holocaust Memorial Day was first held in
Calendar 2013 - Time and Date
Red –Federal Holidays and Sundays. Gray –Typical Non-working Days. Black–Other Days. Local holidays are not listed. The year 2013 is a common year, with 365 days in total. Calendar type: Gregorian calendar. Year 2013 is International year of
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Islamic New Year. The Muslim calendar counts dates from the Hijra, which is why Muslim dates have the suffix A.H. (After Hijra). The festival marks the migration of the Prophet Mohammad and his followers from Mecca to Medina. 22 November: Thanksgiving USA: 24 November: Ashura This is a day of fasting for Sunni Muslims.
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2021 religious festivals - Resources - The Inter Faith
* Sept/Oct HARVEST FESTIVAL Christian (Western, Anglican and Free Churches) [Dates vary widely] Displays of various foods are made in churches and Sunday schools and services are held to give thanks for the goodness of God’s gifts in nature. 1 October (Friday) JASHN-E MEHERGAN (or MIHR JASHAN) Zoroastrian (Iranian)