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Happy new year photos 2016

Happy new year photos 2016

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The present-day Eastern Orthodox liturgical calendar is the virtual culmination of the ancient eastern development cycle, though it includes later additions based on subsequent history and lives of saints. It still begins on 1 September, proceeding annually into the Nativity of the Theotokos (8 September) and Exaltation of the Cross (14 September) to the celebration of Nativity of Christ (Christmas), through his death and resurrection (Pascha / Easter), to his Ascension and the Dormition of the Theotokos (“falling asleep” of the Virgin Mary, 15 August). (This last feast is known in the Roman Catholic church as the Assumption.) The dating of “1 September” is according to the “new” (revised) Julian calendar or the “old” (standard) Julian calendar, depending on which is used by a particular Orthodox Church. Hence, it may fall on 1 September on the civil calendar, or on 14 September (between 1900 and 2099 inclusive).If you Like This Happy new year photos 2016 Collection Give us a Like And Share On Facebook.

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