Order of Christian Knights

Christian Celebrations

Some celebrations on the Christian liturgical calendar were commanded by God of the Hebrews. While the Church is no longer bound to those feasts, they still serve as a powerful reminder of God's promises for His people. Other celebrations, like Christmas and Easter remind us of the life of Christ. Still others in the Christian tradition remind us of the lives, struggles, and triumphs of those who have gone before us.
January

1

New Years Day

6

Epiphany

22

St Timothy's Day

25

St Apollos' Day

26

St Silas' Day
February

2

Candlemas (Start of Lent)

14

St Valentine's Day
March

19

St Joseph's Day

6

Epiphany

22

St Timothy's Day

25

St Apollos' Day

26

St Silas' Day
April

1

New Years Day

6

Epiphany

22

St Timothy's Day

25

St Apollos' Day

26

St Silas' Day
May

1

New Years Day

6

Epiphany

22

St Timothy's Day

25

St Apollos' Day

26

St Silas' Day
June

1

New Years Day

6

Epiphany

22

St Timothy's Day

25

St Apollos' Day

26

St Silas' Day
July

1

New Years Day

6

Epiphany

22

St Timothy's Day

25

St Apollos' Day

26

St Silas' Day
August

1

New Years Day

6

Epiphany

22

St Timothy's Day

25

St Apollos' Day

26

St Silas' Day
September

1

New Years Day

6

Epiphany

22

St Timothy's Day

25

St Apollos' Day

26

St Silas' Day
October

1

New Years Day

1

New Years Day

6

Epiphany

22

St Timothy's Day

25

St Apollos' Day

26

St Silas' Day
November

1

New Years Day

1

New Years Day

6

Epiphany

22

St Timothy's Day

25

St Apollos' Day

26

St Silas' Day
December

1

New Years Day

1

New Years Day

6

Epiphany

22

St Timothy's Day

25

St Apollos' Day

26

St Silas' Day