Were is celibrated: Most countries of the world

Holiday Type: Christian

January

06

Thursday

Epiphany in the United States

Epiphany, commonly known as Three Kings’ Day in the United States, is on January 6. It celebrates the three wise men’s visit to baby Jesus and also remembers his baptism, according to the Christian Bible’s events. The United States (US) Vir…

epiphany usa

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Holiday Type: Christian

March

02

Wednesday

Ash Wednesday

Many Christian Americans mark Ash Wednesday as the first day of Lent. It follows Shrove Tuesday, which features Mardi Gras celebrations.

Ash Wednesday 2018

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Were is celibrated: Most countries of the world

Holiday Type: Christian

April

10

Sunday

Palm Sunday

Many Christians in the United States remember Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, which marks the beginning of Holy Week. This day is also on the Sunday before Easter Sunday.

Sunday before Easter

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Were is celibrated: Most countries of the world

Holiday Type: Christian

April

14

Thursday

Maundy Thursday

Maundy Thursday, also known as Holy Thursday, is a Christian observance in the United States. It is the day before Good Friday and takes place during Holy Week. It commemorates Jesus Christ’s last supper and the initiation of Holy Communion…

Maundy Thursday

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Were is celibrated: Most countries of the world

Holiday Type: Christian

April

16

Saturday

Holy Saturday

Many Christians in the United States observe Holy Saturday, which falls between Good Friday and Easter Sunday. It commemorates the day when Jesus Christ lay in the tomb after his death, according to the Christian bible. It is also known as…

Holy week Holy Saturday

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Were is celibrated: Most countries of the world

Holiday Type: Christian, Observance

April

17

Sunday

Easter Sunday

Many Christians celebrate Jesus Christ’s resurrection on Easter Sunday. The Easter date depends on the ecclesiastical approximation of the March equinox.

happy easter

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Were is celibrated: Most countries of the world

Holiday Type: Christian, Observance

April

18

Monday

Easter Monday in the United States

Easter Monday is the day after Easter Sunday. It is not a federal holiday in the United States of America (USA). Some Easter traditions continue on the Easter Monday, such as the egg rolling race at the White House.

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Were is celibrated: Most countries of the world

Holiday Type: Christian

June

02

Thursday

Ascension Day

Ascension Day is observed in the United States on the 40th day of Easter. It commemorates Jesus Christ’s ascension into heaven, according to the New Testament of the Bible.

Christian Ascension Day

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Were is celibrated: Most countries of the world

Holiday Type: Christian

June

05

Sunday

Pentecost in the United States

Pentecost is a Christian holy day commemorating the descent of the Holy Ghost upon the disciples of Jesus Christ, according to the New Testament of the Bible. It is also known as Whitsunday, or Whit Sunday.

Spirit-Filled Pentecost

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Were is celibrated: USA

Holiday Type: Christian

June

06

Monday

Whit Monday

Many Christians in the United States will observe Whit Monday, or Pentecost Monday. It is the day after Pentecost, also known as Whit Sunday or Whitsunday, which commemorates the Holy Ghost’s descent on Jesus Christ’s disciples, according t…

Happy Whit Monday

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