-Orthodox (January 7)
The word orthodoxy is mainly associated with the Greek Orthodox Church, which is the principle soma of the original Christian church.
This is an annual Christian festival season, it occurs before lent.
-Defender of the Fatherland Day (February 23)
When Russia honors who’s who are presently serving in the Armed Forces and people who have served in the past. This holiday can be celebrated in Russia and many former Soviet republics. This holiday marks the day in 1918 during the Russian Civil war when the first mass draft into the Red Army that occurs in Petrograd and Moscow. Its original name is Red army Day but was renamed in 1949.
-International Women’s Day (March 8)
On this day, the United Nations celebrates women’s and their accomplishments they had made to the society. It is traditionally to bring flowers to and gifts to show our appreciation.
Saint Patrick’s day (March 17)
This is the feast that celebrates Saint Patrick who is one of the patron saints of Ireland.
Walpurgis Night (April 30)
This holiday can also be celebrated on May 1, in large parts of central and Northern Europe.
-Mother’s day (first Sunday in May)
This is a holiday that honors mothers, celebrated in many places around the world. Mothers often receive gifts on this day.
-Labor Day (May 1)
This holiday can also be referred as May Day. This was a traditional springtime holiday in many pre –Christian European pagan cultures.
-Remembrance of the dead (May 4)
This holiday is held annually in Netherlands. It commemorates all civilians and members of the armed forces of the kingdom of the Netherlands who have died in wars of peacekeeping missions since the outbreak of the second war,
-St. George’s Day (May 6)
This holiday is celebrated by several nations of whom Saint George is the patron saint. Saint George’s feast day was reduced to an optional memorial in the Roman Catholic calendar.
-Victoria Day (May 9)
On this day, Russia celebrated the victory over Nazi Germany and remembering those who had helped to achieve it. A military parade is usually held in Moscow to celebrate this victory.
-Corpus Christi (June 14)
This is a Christian feast in honor of the Holy Eucharist.
-Saint John’s day (June 23)
it can also be referred as midsummer. It is the period of time centered upon the summer solstice and the religious celebrations that accompany it.
-Summer Solstice (June 24)
This holiday occurs twice a year, whenever earth’s axis tilts the most toward or away from the sun, which causes the Sun to be farthest north or south at noon.
-Satehood day (June 25)
Statehood day is a holiday that occures every year on June 25 in Ceoatia to commermorate the country’s 1991 declartaion of independence. Everyone gets a day off work on this day.
-St. Peter and St. Paul (June 29)
This is commonly called the Cathederal of nantes. This is a Gothic Roman Catholic cathedral in the city of Nantes, France.
-Saint Cyril and Methodius (July 5 or May 24)
This holiday commemorates the creation of the Slavic Glagolitic and Cyrillic alphabets by the brothers Saints Cyril and Cyrillic. This holiday also celebrates the introduction of literacy and the preaching of the gospels in the Slavonic language by the brothers.
-Jan Hus Day (July 6)
Jan Hus is a Czech religious thinker, philosopher, reformer, and master at Charles University. This holiday celebrates the anniversary of his execution; it is one of the public holidays in the Czech Republic.
-Victory of Homeland Thanksgiving Day (August 5)
This is a puibic holiday in Croatia which is held as a memorial to that country’s war of Independence. It is celebrated on August 5. On this day, the Croatian Army liberated the occupied city of Kinn as part of Operation Storm.
-Assumption of Mary (August 15)
This is a religious holiday celebrated by Catholic’s. This day honor the blessed Virgin Mary (mother of Jesus). On this day Mary was transported into Heaven with her body and soul united.
Liberation is often a public holiday that marks the liberation of a place. It is just like an independence day.
-Day of Our Lady of Sorrows (September 15)
This day celebrates Our Lady of the Seven Sorrows and the Mother of sorrow. They are the patron saint of Slovakia.
-St. Wenceslas Day (September 28)
This holiday celebrates the death of Wenceslas I, Duke of Bohemia.
Mother Teresa Day (October 19)
She was an Albanian Roman Catcholic nun who founded the Missionaries of Charity and won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 for her humble work.
-All Saints day (November 1)
This feast is celebrated in the honor of all the saints, known and unknown. Halloween is the day preceding it adn is also named because it is “The Eve of All Hallows. ”
-The Feast of Saint Martin (November 11)
This is the feast day of Martin of Tours, who started out as a Roman soldier. He was baptized when he was grown up and became a monk. He was a kind of man who led a quiet and simple life. The most famous legend of his life is that he once cut his cloak in half to share with a beggar during a snowstorm, to save the beggar form dying of the cold.
-Queen’s day (November 17)
This holiday celebrated the accession of Queen Elizabeth I to the throne of England.
-Immaculate conception (December 8)
This is a Roman catholic dogma that asserts that Mary was perserved by God from teh stain os original sin at the time of her own conception. The dogma said that she was not afflicts mankind, but was instead filled with grace by God who lived a life completely away from sins.
-St. Stephen’s Day (December 26)
St. Stephen is also known as Protomartyr. It is ventured as a saint in the Roman Catholic Church. His feast day was historically kept on August 3; it commemorates the finding of his body during the regions of Emperor Honorius.