Orthodox Christmas Day 2012
Orthodox Christmas Day for the year 2012 is celebrated/ observed on January 7.
Orthodox Christmas Day is observed on or near January 7th each year according to the Gregorian calendar. For Orthodox Christians the day celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ.
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|Orthodox Christmas Day|
|Name(s):||Orthodox Christmas Day|
|Type:||Observance, Orthodox Christian|
|When:||On or near January 7th annually|
Days till Orthodox Christmas Day 2012
There are -2240 days until the celebration/ observance of Orthodox Christmas Day 2012.
National Holidays for 2012
|New Years Day 2012 - Sunday, Jan 1||Fathers Day 2012 - Sunday, June 17|
|Martin Luther King 2012 - Monday, Jan 16||4th of July 2012 - Wednesday, July 4|
|Valentines Day 2012 - Tuesday, Feb 14||Labor Day 2012 - Monday, Sept 3|
|Presidents Day 2012 - Monday, Feb 20||Columbus Day 2012 - Monday, Oct 8|
|St. Patrick's Day 2012 - Saturday, Mar 17||Halloween 2012 - Wednesday, Oct 31|
|Easter 2012 - Sunday, Apr 8||Veterans Day 2012 - Sunday, Nov 11|
|Mothers Day 2012 - Sunday, May 13||Thanksgiving 2012 - Thursday, Nov 22|
|Memorial Day 2012 - Monday, May 28||Christmas Day 2012 - Tuesday, Dec 25|
|Holidays in red are federal holidays.|