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Federal Holidays Calendar
Our December 2017 calendar will include the one Federal holiday established by law:
- December 25: Christmas Day. Traditionally, this day symbolizes the birth of Jesus Christ but has also become a day of celebrating family with get-togethers and gifts.
Unique Holidays Calendar
December 2017 is a great month to celebrate some unique holidays. The following important dates will be included on this calendar:
- December 1: World AIDS Awareness Day. This is the day to fundraise and advocate for those with HIV, AIDS, and research for the deadly viruses.
- December 7: Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. On this day in 1941, the Japanese attack on the U.S. Naval Fleet took place.
- December 9: International Children’s Day. All over the world, people celebrate children on this day with parades, fundraisers, and more.
- December 21: Winter Solstice. Today is the first day of Winter and the day with the shortest span of daylight all year.
- December 24: Christmas Eve. The day before Christmas is one people usually celebrate with large family get-togethers, caroling, tree decorating, cookie baking, and getting ready for Santa.
- December 26: Boxing Day. In several countries, Boxing Day is a day for thanks and appreciation.
- December 31: New Year’s Eve. The night before New Year’s Day is also the last day of the current year and a time to celebrate new beginnings.
Catholic Holidays Calendar
The following December 2017 Catholic holidays will be included on this calendar:
- December 8: The Feast of the Immaculate Conception. This feast celebrates the conception of Mary, whose soul was kept spotless by God, especially with the conception of her son, Jesus.
- December 25: Christmas Day. The Catholic religion celebrates Christmas Day much like other but also has a 4-week Advent leading up to the day of celebration to prepare spiritually.
Jewish Holidays Calendar
December is an important month for the Jewish people, during which they celebrate Chanukah:
- December 13-20: Chanukah/Hanukkah. This holiday is also known as the Festival of Lights. The 8-day celebration honors the rededication of the Holy Temple and includes festivities like playing dreidel, lighting the menorah, giving and receiving gifts, and making special foods.
Mormon Holidays Calendar
Like other religions, the Mormon religion celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ in December:
- December 25: Christmas Day. Mormons celebrate Jesus’ birth on Christmas Day by reciting stories from the Bible and attending special church services.
Muslim Holidays Calendar
Our December 2017 Muslim Holiday Calendar will include the following holiday for Muslim cultures:
- December 1: Milad un Nabi/Mawlid. This holiday celebrates the birth of Muhammed, an Islamic prophet and founder of Islam. Islam religion believes Muhammed to be God’s final prophet.
Protestant Holidays Calendar
Our Protestant calendar for December 2017 will include the following important dates in Protestant religions:
- December 24: Christmas Eve. Many Christians celebrate Christmas Eve by attending a special evening church service.
- December 25: Christmas Day. This day celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ. Christians typically celebrate the day by attending church, spending time with family, and exchanging gifts.
- December 28: Holy Innocents’ Day. This holiday marks the day that children killed King Herod after his attempt to murder the baby Jesus.
- December 31: Watch Night. This celebration takes place on New Year’s Eve in many African American Christian churches in remembrance of the Emancipation Proclamation that freed slaves during the Civil War.