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The General Roman Calendar indicates the days of the year to which the Roman Rite assigns liturgical celebrations of saints and "mysteries of the Lord" for observance everywhere............ 
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... a traditional Christian method of organizing a liturgical year by associating each day with one or more saints and referring to the day as that saint's feast day. The system arose from the very early Christian custom of annual commemoration of martysr on the dates of their deaths, or birth into heaven, and is thus referred to in Latin as dies natalis ("day of birth").

Feast of Saint Blaise
Saint George's Day
Saint David's Day
Saint Joseph's Day
Saint Patrick's Day
Saint Piran's Day
Valentine's Day
St. Martin's Day
Saint Lucy's Day
All Saints Day
Michaelmas
Saint Matthew's day

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January (General Calendar)
  • 1 January: Octave of Christmas, Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God – Solemnity
  • 2 January: Saints Basil the Great and Gregory Nazianzen, bishops and doctors – Memorial
  • 3 January: The Most Holy Name of Jesus – Optional Memorial
  • 6 January: Epiphany (celebrated on the first Sunday after 1 January in countries where this feast is not a Holy Day of Obligation)
  • 7 January: Saint Raymond of Penyafort, priest – Optional Memorial
  • 13 January: Saint Hilary of Poitiers, bishop and doctor – Optional Memorial
  • 17 January: Saint Anthony of Egypt, abbot – Memorial
  • 20 January: Saint Fabian, pope and martyr; or Saint Sebastian, martyr – Optional Memorial
  • 21 January: Saint Agnes, virgin and martyr – Memorial
  • 22 January: Saint Vincent, deacon and martyr – Optional Memorial
  • 24 January: Saint Francis de Sales, bishop and doctor – Memorial
  • 25 January: The Conversion of Saint Paul, apostle – Feast
  • 26 January: Saints Timothy and Titus, bishops – Memorial
  • 27 January: Saint Angela Merici, virgin – Optional Memorial
  • 28 January: Saint Thomas Aquinas, priest and doctor – Memorial
  • 31 January: Saint John Bosco, priest – Memorial

Note: The feast of the Baptism of the Lord is celebrated on the Sunday after 6 January. But whenever Epiphany falls on 7 or 8 January (only in countries where it is not a Holy Day of Obligation), the feast of the Baptism of the Lord is celebrated on the following Monday.
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February (General Calenda)
  •   2 February: Presentation of the Lord – Feast
  •   3 February: Saint Blase, bishop and martyr, or Saint Ansgar, bishop – Optional Memorial
  •   5 February: Saint Agatha, virgin and martyr - Memorial
  •   6 February: Saints Paul Miki and companions, martyrs - Memorial
  •   8 February: Saint Jerome Emiliani or Saint Josephine Bakhita, virgin - Optional Memorial
  •   10 February: Saint Scholastica, virgin - Memorial
  •   11 February: Our Lady of Lourdes - Optional Memorial
  •   14 February: Saints Cyril, monk, and Methodius, bishop - Memorial
  •   17 February: Seven Holy Founders of the Servite Order - Optional Memorial
  •   21 February: Saint Peter Damian, bishop and doctor of the Church - Optional Memorial
  •   22 February: Chair of Saint Peter, apostle - Feast
  •   23 February: Saint Polycarp, bishop and martyr - Memorial
  •   29 February, occurring only in leap year: Feria

March (General Calendar)
  •   4 March: Saint Casimir - Optional Memorial
  •   7 March: Saints Perpetua and Felicity, martyrs - Memorial
  •   8 March: Saint John of God, religious - Optional Memorial
  •   9 March: Saint Frances of Rome, religious - Optional Memorial
  •   17 March: Saint Patrick, bishop - Optional Memorial
  •   18 March: Saint Cyril of Jerusalem, bishop and doctor - Optional Memorial
  •   19 March: Saint Joseph Husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Solemnity
  •   23 March: Saint Turibius of Mogrovejo, bishop - Optional Memorial
  •   25 March: Annunciation of the Lord - Solemnity

April (General Calendar)
  •   2 April: Saint Francis of Paola, hermit - Optional Memorial
  •   4 April: Saint Isidore, bishop and doctor of the Church- Optional Memorial
  •   5 April: Saint Vincent Ferrer, priest - Optional Memorial
  •   7 April: Saint John Baptist de la Salle, priest - Memorial
  •   11 April: Saint Stanislaus, bishop and martyr - Memorial
  •   13 April: Saint Martin I, pope and martyr - Optional Memorial
  •   21 April: Saint Anselm of Canterbury, bishop and doctor of the Church - Optional Memorial
  •   23 April: Saint George, martyr, or Saint Adalbert, bishop and martyr - Optional Memorial
  •   24 April: Saint Fidelis of Sigmaringen, priest and martyr - Optional Memorial
  •   25 April: Saint Mark the Evangelist - Feast
  •   28 April: Saint Peter Chanel, priest and martyr; or Saint Louis Grignon de Montfort, priest - Optional Memorial
  •   29 April: Saint Catherine of Siena, virgin and doctor of the Church - Memorial
  •   30 April: Saint Pius V, pope - Optional Memorial

May (General Calendar)
  •   1 May: Saint Joseph the Worker - Optional Memorial
  •   2 May: Saint Athanasius, bishop and doctor - Memorial
  •   3 May: Saints Philip and James, Apostles - Feast
  •   12 May: Saints Nereus and Achilleus, martyrs or Saint Pancras, martyr - Optional Memorial
  •   13 May: Our Lady of Fatima - Optional Memorial
  •   14 May: Saint Matthias the Apostle - Feast
  •   18 May: Saint John I, pope and martyr - Optional Memorial
  •   20 May: Saint Bernardine of Siena, priest - Optional Memorial
  •   21 May: Saint Christopher Magallanes and companions, martyrs - Optional Memorial
  •   22 May: Saint Rita of Cascia - Optional Memorial
  •   25 May: Saint Bede the Venerable, priest and doctor; or Saint Gregory VII, pope or Saint Mary Magdalene de Pazzi, virgin - Optional Memorial
  •   26 May: Saint Philip Neri, priest - Memorial
  •   27 May: Saint Augustine (Austin) of Canterbury, bishop - Optional Memorial
  •   31 May: Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Feast

June (General Calendar)
  •   1 June: Saint Justin Martyr - Memorial
  •   2 June: Saints Marcellinus and Peter, martyrs - Optional Memorial
  •   3 June: Saints Charles Lwanga and companions, martyrs - Memorial
  •   5 June: Saint Boniface, bishop and martyr - Memorial
  •   6 June: Saint Norbert, bishop - Optional Memorial
  •   9 June: Saint Ephrem, deacon and doctor - Optional Memorial
  •   11 June: Saint Barnabas the Apostle - Memorial
  •   13 June: Saint Anthony of Padua, priest and doctor - Memorial
  •   19 June: Saint Romuald, abbot - Optional Memorial
  •   21 June: Saint Aloysius Gonzaga, religious - Memorial
  •   22 June: Saint Paulinus of Nola, bishop or Saints John Fisher, bishop and martyr and Thomas More, martyr - Optional Memorial
  •   24 June: Birth of Saint John the Baptist - Solemnity
  •   27 June: Saint Cyril of Alexandria, bishop and doctor - Optional Memorial
  •   28 June: Saint Irenaeus, bishop and martyr - Memorial
  •   29 June: Saints Peter and Paul, Apostles - Solemnity
  •   30 June: First Martyrs of the Church of Rome - Optional Memorial

July (General Calendar)
  •   3 July: Saint Thomas the Apostle - Feast
  •   4 July: Saint Elizabeth of Portugal - Optional Memorial
  •   5 July: Saint Anthony Zaccaria, priest - Optional Memorial
  •   6 July: Saint Maria Goretti, virgin and martyr - Optional Memorial
  •   9 July: Saint Augustine Zhao Rong and companions, martyrs - Optional Memorial



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