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'''Orthodox Christmas''' is an [[Orthodox Christianity|Orthodox Christian]] holiday marking the celebration of the [[Christmas|birth of Christ]] as it occurs according to the [[Julian calendar]]. The holy day will fall on January the seventh until the year 2100. Western Christians commemorate [[Epiphany]] on the same day.
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'''Orthodox Christmas''' is an [[Orthodox Christianity|Orthodox Christian]] holiday marking the celebration of the [[Christmas|birth of Christ]] as it occurs according to the [[Julian calendar]]. The holy day will fall on January the seventh until the year 2100.

Revision as of 23:04, 7 January 2010

Orthodox Christmas is an Orthodox Christian holiday marking the celebration of the birth of Christ as it occurs according to the Julian calendar. The holy day will fall on January the seventh until the year 2100.