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5th December 2020

Interfaith calendar

By Rieke C. Harmsen

Get to know the festivals and holidays of the religions - with the Calendar World Religions 2021. Download now free of charge as a PDF.

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The interreligious calendar for the year 2021 provides information about the most important holidays of the religious communities. The multicolored organizer can be downloaded free of charge as a PDF. It contains an overview of the feasts and holidays of Catholics and Protestants, Orthodox, Jews and Muslims, Alevis, Buddhists and Hindus.

Do you know when Sukkhot is celebrated and which religious community celebrates the Tevet festival? Would you like to know when it is Youth Day? The World Religions Calendar contains all important events at a glance. Many too International days of the UN are recorded in it.

The World Religions Calendar for the year 2021 can be printed out in A4 or A3 format. The colored markings ensure that you can easily distinguish the festivals and holidays of the various religious communities. So you can experience the year with the religions.

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