Orthodox

Holiday Type:Orthodox

Where It is Observed:Most countries of the world

Most countries of the world

2018
Monday
9
April

r169301 April 9, 2018 r169381 Orthodox Easter Monday in the United States

Easter Monday is the day after Easter Sunday, which celebrates Jesus’ resurrection, according to Christian belief. Many Orthodox Christian churches in the United States often observe Easter Monday at a later date than the Easter Monday date observed by many western churches. The day is also known as Bright Monday, Renewal Monday, or New Monday.

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Holiday Type:Orthodox

Where It is Observed:Most countries of the world

Most countries of the world

2019
Saturday
27
April

r169301 April 27, 2019 r169381 Orthodox Holy Saturday

Holy Saturday is the day when Jesus lay in his tomb after his death, according to Christian belief. Many Orthodox Christian churches in the United States often observe Holy Saturday at a later date than the Holy Saturday date observed by many western churches. Holy Saturday is also known as Holy and Great Saturday.

happy easter
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Holiday Type:Orthodox

Where It is Observed:Most countries of the world

Most countries of the world

2019
Sunday
28
April

r169301 April 28, 2019 r169381 Orthodox Easter in the United States

Many Orthodox Christians in the United States celebrate Jesus’ resurrection on Easter Sunday. The Orthodox Christian date for Easter Sunday often occurs at a later date than the Easter date observed by many western churches. The day is also known as Pascha, Easter and Easter Day.

Easter day
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Holiday Type:Orthodox


2019
Monday
7
January

r169301 January 7, 2019 r169381 Orthodox Christmas Day in the United States

Many Orthodox Christians in the United States celebrate Christmas Day on or near January 7 in the Gregorian calendar. This date works to be December 25 in the Julian calendar, which pre-dates the Gregorian calendar. It is a time to celebrate the birth …

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Holiday Type:Orthodox

Where It is Observed:Most countries of the world

Most countries of the world

2019
Monday
14
January

r169301 January 14, 2019 r169381 Orthodox New Year in the United States

Many Orthodox Christian Americans celebrate the New Year on January 1 in the Julian calendar, which pre-dates the more widely used Gregorian calendar. This date falls on or near January 14 in the Gregorian calendar.

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Holiday Type:Orthodox

Where It is Observed:Most countries of the world

Most countries of the world

2019
Friday
26
April

r169301 April 26, 2019 r169381 Orthodox Good Friday in the United States

Orthodox Christian churches in the United States generally observe Good Friday at a later date than the Good Friday date observed by many western churches. Good Friday focuses on Jesus Christ’s death, which is described in the Christian bible. The day …

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