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1st January – New Year’s Day: It is the first day of the year. In all countries using the Gregorian calendar, except Israel, it is a public holiday.

6th January – Epiphany: It means to manifest or to show in Greek language. It is the day in Christianity when the shinning forth or revelation of God in human form in the person of Jesus Christ is celebrated. It is the celebration of the Incarnation of Jesus Christ. The celebrations include his birth, the visit of the Magi, Jesus’ childhood events including his baptism in the Jordan by John the Baptist, the miracle at the Wedding of Cana in Galilee. However Baptism is the most important among all to be commemorated. This day is celebrated by both the Eastern and Western churches. The difference between the two is the commemorations. Western Christians commemorates the coming of Magi whereas the Easterns celebrates the Baptism of Christ.

In March – Lent: It is, in some Christian denominations, is the forty day liturgical season of fasting and prayer before Easter. The forty days is the duration of the days spent in the desert by Jesus. Eastern Orthodox and Eastern Catholics calculate the forty days with the beginning on Clean Monday, including Sundays and ends on the Friday before Palm Sunday. Lazarus Saturday, Palm Sunday and Holy Week are considered a distinct period of fasting.
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