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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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November (General Calendar)

  • 1 November: All Saints - Solemnity
  • 2 November: All Souls - ranked with solemnities
  • 3 November: Saint Martin de Porres, religious - Optional Memorial
  • 4 November: Saint Charles Borromeo, bishop - Memorial
  • 9 November: Dedication of the Lateran basilica - Feast
  • 10 November: Saint Leo the Great, pope and doctor - Memorial
  • 11 November: Saint Martin of Tours, bishop - Memorial
  • 12 November: Saint Josaphat, bishop and martyr - Memorial
  • 15 November: Saint Albert the Great, bishop and doctor - Optional Memorial
  • 16 November: Saint Margaret of Scotland or Saint Gertrude the Great, virgin - Optional Memorial
  • 17 November: Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, religious - Memorial
  • 18 November: Dedication of the basilicas of Saints Peter and Paul, Apostles - Optional Memorial
  • 21 November: Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Memorial
  • 22 November: Saint Cecilia - Memorial
  • 23 November: Saint Clement I, pope and martyr or Saint Columban, religious - Optional Memorial
  • 24 November: Saint Andrew Dung Lac and his companions, martyrs - Memorial
  • 25 November: Saint Catherine of Alexandria - Optional Memorial
  • 30 November: Saint Andrew the Apostle - Feast

December (General Calendar)

  •   3 December: Saint Francis Xavier, priest - Memorial
  •   4 December: Saint John Damascene, priest and doctor - Optional Memorial
  •   6 December: Saint Nicholas, bishop - Optional Memorial
  •   7 December: Saint Ambrose, bishop and doctor - Memorial
  •   8 December: Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Solemnity
  •   9 December: Saint Juan Diego - Optional Memorial
  •   11 December: Saint Damasus I, pope - Optional Memorial
  •   12 December: Our Lady of Guadalupe - Optional Memorial
  •   13 December: Saint Lucy of Syracuse, virgin and martyr - Memorial
  •   14 December: Saint John of the Cross, priest and doctor - Memorial
  •   21 December: Saint Peter Canisius, priest and doctor - Optional Memorial
  •   23 December: Saint John of Kanty, priest - Optional Memorial
  •   25 December: Nativity of the Lord - Solemnity
  •   26 December: Saint Stephen, the first martyr - Feast
  •   27 December: Saint John the Apostle and evangelist - Feast
  •   28 December: Holy Innocents, martyrs - Feast
  •   29 December: Saint Thomas Becket, bishop and martyr - Optional Memorial
  •   31 December: Saint Sylvester I, pope - Optional Memorial
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National calendars

Only variations from the General Roman Calendar for celebrations according to the Roman Rite are given here. The various Eastern Catholic Churches have completely different liturgical calendars, as do Latin Rite Catholics who use the Ambrosian and Mozarabic Rites.
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Argentina
According to the national calendar of Argentina, as requested by the Argentine Episcopal Conference (CEA) and approved by the Holy See:

  • 22 January: Blessed Laura Vicuña - Optional Memorial
  • 24 January: Our Lady, Queen of Peace - Optional Memorial
  • 27 April: Saint Turibius of Mogrovejo, Bishop - Feast
  • 8 May: Our Lady of Luján, Patroness of Argentina - Solemnity
  • 15 May: Saint Isidore the Laborer - Optional Memorial
  • 16 May: Saint Luigi Orione, Priest - Optional Memorial
  • 24 May: Mary, Help of Christians - Optional Memorial
  • 9 July: Our Lady of Itatí - Obligatory Memorial
  • 10 July: Saints Augustine Zhao Rong, Priest, and Companions, Martyrs - Optional Memorial
  • 16 July: Our Lady of Mount Carmel - Obligatory Memorial
  • 23 July: Saint Sharbel Makhlūf, Priest - Optional Memorial
  • 24 July: Saint Francis Solanus, Priest - Obligatory Memorial
  • 16 August: Saint Rocco, Priest - Optional Memorial
  • 26 August: Blessed Ceferino Namuncurá - Optional Memorial
  • 30 August: Saint Rose of Lima - Feast
  • 24 September: Our Lady of Mercy - Obligatory Memorial
  • 9 October: Saint Héctor Valdivielso Sáez, Martyr - Optional Memorial
  • 12 October: Our Lady of the Pillar - Optional Memorial
  • 7 November: Mary, Mother and Mediatrix of Grace - Obligatory Memorial
  • 17 November: Saints Roque González, Alfonso Rodríguez, and Juan del Castillo, Priests and Martyrs - Obligatory Memorial
  • 18 November: Saint Elizabeth of Hungary - Obligatory Memorial
  • 12 December: Our Lady of Guadalupe - Feast
  • Saturday of the Second Week of Easter: Our Lady of the Valley - Obligatory Memorial
  • Monday after Pentecost: Mary, Mother of the Church - Obligatory Memorial
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Continue Reading National Calendars:

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Canada
Croatia
Croatia
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Local calendars

The calendar for a diocese is typically based on a national calendar, such as those listed above, with a few additions. For instance, the anniversary of the dedication of the cathedral is celebrated as a Solemnity in the cathedral church and as a Feast in all the other churches of the diocese. The feast day of the principal Patron saint of the diocese is celebrated as a Feast throughout the diocese.

The calendar of a parish is based on the calendar of its diocese, but — in addition to the celebrations in the diocesan calendar — there are other celebrations, including the anniversary of the dedication of the parish church and the feast day of the principal Patron saint of the church, both of which are celebrated as Solemnities.

Other calendars
Each institute of consecrated life (religious institute or secular institute) also has its own calendar, with variations from the General Calendar.
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You may also want to research:
  •   Calendar of saints
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References
  • Missale Romanum, editio typica tertia 2002, Libreria Editrice Vaticana
  • Liturgia Horarum iuxta ritum Romanum, editio typica altera 2000, Libreria Editrice Vaticana
  • An example is Ordo Missae Celebrandae et Divini Officii persolvendi secundum calendarium Romanum generale pro anno liturgico 2006 (Libreria Editrice Vaticana).
  • Martyrologium Romanum (Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 2001 ISBN 88-209-7210-7)
  • "Memoria S. Christophori, anno circiter 1550 in Calendario romano ascripta, Calendariis particularibus relinquitur: quamvis Acta S. Christophori fabulosa sint, antiqua inveniuntur monumenta eius venerationis; attamen cultus huius Sancti non pertinet ad traditionem romanam" – Calendarium Romanum (Libreria Editrice Vaticana 1969), p. 131.
  • "Santos" (in Portuguese). Secretariado Nacional de Liturgia. Retrieved 25 February 2013.
  • USCCB Committee on Divine Worship Newsletter, August-September 2010, pg. 33
  • Liturgical Calendar for the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter
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Holiday Related to "Name Days"

"Celebrate Your Name Week is a holiday established in 1997 by which the first full week in March as a week for everyone world-wide to embrace and celebrate his or her name." This week is also a week to be reminded what "Name Days" are as well-
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