Sites for the religious (Christian) aspects of holidays. Sites which are not religious or which are focused on more social and commercial aspects of the holidays belong in the Society:Holidays category.
Advent is the period of time starting 4 Sundays before Christmas. Sometimes it starts in November, other times it starts in December.
Christians will often do extra Bible reading during this time. Churches may have special readings at this time.
There is a custom involving an Advent wreath in which candles are lit, starting with one candle the first week, and progressing with additional candles each week.
The sites listed in this category provide historical information and resources related to All Saints' Day.
All Saints' Day is a Christian holy day observed by many Western churches on November 1 and by Eastern churches on the first Sunday after Pentecost. The day now honors all saints of the church, even those not known by name.
This category contains sites related to Christmas as a Christian, religious activity.
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This category is for sites about the Christian aspects of Easter.
Lent it the 40-day period (not counting Sundays) between Ash Wednesday and Easter. Sites in this category explore the holiday's history, its significance, and the ways in which it is celebrated.
This category is for sites about Palm Sunday. Palm Sunday is the Sunday before Easter.
Pentecost is many things. It was firstly a Jewish holy day in the Old Testament. However, in Acts 2 we read about the Holy Spirit descending on believers at Pentecost and most Christians associate Pentecost with that.
This category is for all sites dealing with Pentecost from a Christian point of view. Sites about the Old Testament Pentecost written from a Jewish point of view should be submitted to the Judaism category.
This category lists sites about Reformation Day, religious holiday celebrated on October 31 in remembrance of the Reformation. It marks the anniversary of Martin Luther's nailing of the 95 These to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. Reformation Day is a civic holiday in Slovenia and in certain German States. It is also observed by Lutheran and Reformed church communities elsewhere in the world.