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The term '''''New Calendar''''' may refer to one of two [[Church Calendar|calendars]] in the [[Orthodox Church]]:
 
The term '''''New Calendar''''' may refer to one of two [[Church Calendar|calendars]] in the [[Orthodox Church]]:
  
*The '''[[Gregorian Calendar]]''', a calendar introduced in 1582 by Pope Gregory XIII of the [[Roman Catholic Church]] and used in the Churches of [[Church of Finland|Finland]] and [[Church of Estonia|Estonia]].
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*The '''[[Gregorian Calendar]]''', a calendar introduced in 1582 by Pope Gregory XIII of the [[Roman Catholic Church]] and used in the Churches of [[Church of Finland|Finland]] and [[Church of Estonia (Ecumenical Patriarchate)|Estonia]].
 
*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 [[Pascha]]l cycle (which is still [[Paschalion|reckoned]] according to the [[Julian Calendar|Julian]] timetables) and leap year calculation.
 
*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 [[Pascha]]l cycle (which is still [[Paschalion|reckoned]] according to the [[Julian Calendar|Julian]] timetables) and leap year calculation.
  

Latest revision as of 10:24, April 21, 2010

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


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