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BUDDHISM: Holy Days are synchronized with the phases of the moon; thus they vary from year to year according to the Gregorian calendar. Birth of Jesus celebrated on this date by Orthodox Christians. It involves wearing the finest clothing, saying prayers, and nurturing understanding with other religions. Anniversary of the Bab’s execution in Tabriz, Iran in 1850. Japanese Buddhist festival to honor deceased ancestors. It is based on the agricultural celebrations of Africa called “the first fruits” celebrations, which are times of harvest, gathering, reverence, commemoration, and recommitment. Occasion to thank God for bringing people safely through another year.

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** SIKHISM: The calendar is based on the length of the tropical solar year, instead of the lunar cycle. New Year festival popularly celebrated in Japan and observed with prayers for inner renewal of hearts, good health, and prosperity. Basil was the forefather of the Greek Orthodox Church. The Obon week in mid-August is one of Japan’s three major holiday seasons. Asalha Puja is a Theravada Buddhist festival which typically takes place in July, on the full moon of the eighth lunar month. This day honors the memory of the death of John the Baptist who is known for preparing people to recognize Jesus as the Messiah. 1: Ecclesiastical Church Year Begins (Orthodox Christian). It leads us on the right path, far from the mad strife for material prosperity, and ultimately leads us to our true destination, i.e., salvation. 8: Feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary—Heavenly Birthday. Commemorates and recognizes the Cross on which Jesus was crucified as the main symbol of Christianity. This day is celebrated throughout the nation with feasts, festivals, fireworks, and parades. The story of Abraham is read, the ram’s horn is blown, and special foods are prepared and shared. The foundational belief is that homophobia thrives in an atmosphere of silence and ignorance, and that once people know that they have loved ones who are lesbian or gay, they are far less likely to maintain homophobic or oppressive views. Day that Christopher Columbus encountered the New World in 1492. Beginning in 1992, on this day, drums across the USA and in different time zones coordinate ceremonies and observances at 12 p.m. 24 (sunset to nightfall): Shemini Atzeret observed by the Jewish community as the assembly of the eighth day. 24-25: (sunset to nightfall): Simchat Torah (Jewish). Marks the anniversary of their tradition of religious freedom and its emphasis on the place of the Bible in their religion. Celebrated by Christians as the night before All Saints Day (All Hallows Day), this tradition dates back over 2000 years to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. This is a national holiday in Mexico and is also celebrated in parts of the USA. Commemoration of the birthday of the Holy Prophet (pbuh). Hanukkah is a time for playing games and singing, for visiting and for giving gifts.