New Calendar

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*The [[Gregorian Calendar]], a calendar introduced in 1582 by Pope Gregory XIII of the [[Roman Catholic Church]]
 
*The [[Gregorian Calendar]], a calendar introduced in 1582 by Pope Gregory XIII of the [[Roman Catholic Church]]
*The [[Revised Julian Calendar]], the calendar considered by a [[synod]] of Orthodox churches in 1923 in Constantinople
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*The [[Revised Julian Calendar]], the calendar considered by a [[synod]] of Orthodox churches in 1923 in Constantinople. This is functionally identical to the Gregorian Calendar except for the Paschal cycle, which is still reckoned according to the Julian timetables.
  
  
 
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Revision as of 12:37, April 25, 2005


The term New Calendar may refer to one of two calendars in the Orthodox Church:

  • The Gregorian Calendar, a calendar introduced in 1582 by Pope Gregory XIII of the Roman Catholic Church
  • The Revised Julian Calendar, the calendar considered by a synod of Orthodox churches in 1923 in Constantinople. This is functionally identical to the Gregorian Calendar except for the Paschal cycle, which is still reckoned according to the Julian timetables.
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