Christianity

Denominations

Catholicism/Roman Catholicism

Eastern Catholicism

Byaznatine (Constantinopolism)-rite Churches/Denominations

Ruthenian

Melkite

Ukranian

Albanian

Italo-Albanian

Belarusian

Bulgarian

Eparchy

Greek Byzantine

Hungarian Greek

Macedonian

Melkite Greek

Romanian

Russian

Slovak

Armenian-rite Churches/Denominations

Armenian

Alexandrian Churches/Denominations

Coptic

Ethiopian

West Cyrian/Antiochene-rite Churches/Denominations

Syriac-Malankara

Syriac

Maronite

East Cyrian/Chaldean-rite Churches/Denominations

Chaldean

Syro-Malabar

Oriental Catholicism

Latin Catholicism

Catholic Orthodox

Old Catholicism

Ecumenism

Independent bishopric

Independent Catholicism

Orthodox

Russian Orthodox

Oriental Orthodox

Ethiopian Orthodox

Coptic Orthodox

Greek Orthodox

Protestantism

Radical Reformation

Reformation Protestantism

Advenist Protestantism

Calvinist Protestantism

Presbyterian Protestantism

Non-Denominational Protestantism

Pentecostal Protestantism

Anabaptist Protestantism

Baptist Protestantism

Holiness Movement Protestantism

New Evangelical Protestantism

Magesterial (Traditional) Reformation

Methodist Protestantism

Lutheran Protestantism

Congregational Protestantism

Anglican/Episcopical Protestantism

Fundamentalist Protestantism

Evangelical Protestantism

Puritan/Seperatist Protestantism (No Longer Exists)

Pietist Protestantism (No Longer Exists)

Neo-Orthodoxy

Paleo-Orhodoxy

Nontrinitarianism

Jehova's Witness

Latter Day Saint Movement (Mormonism)

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

Community of Christ

Oneness Pentecostal

Christadelphian

Unitarian

The Holy Bible (Not Incuding Catholic & Eastern Orthodox Additions for the Old Testament; Also not including Nontrinitatian books)

Old Testament

1 of 2 Parts of the Bible

39 Books

Pentateuch or "Five Books"

Genesis

Author: Moses

Exodus

Leviticus

Numbers

Deuteronomy

Historical Books

Joshua

Judges

Ruth

1 & 2 Samuel

1 & 2 Kings

1 & 2 Chronicles

Ezra

Nehemiah

Esther

Wisdom Books

Job

Psalms

Proverbs

Ecclesiastes

Song of Songs

Major Prophets

Isaiah

Jeremiah

Lamentations

Ezekiel

Daniel

Minor Prophets

Hosea

Joel

Amos

Obadiah

Jonah

Micah

Nahum

Habakkuk

Zephaniah

Haggai

Zechariah

Malachi

New Testament

27 Books

Gospels

Matthew

Mark

Luke

John

Acts

Acts (Also known as "Acts of the Apostles")

Epistles

1 & 2 Corinthians

Galatians

Ephesians

Philippians

1 & 2 Thessalonians

1 & 2 Timothy

Titus

Philemon

Hebrews

James

1 & 2 Peter

1, 2, & 3 John

Jude

Prophecy

Revelation

2nd of 2 Parts of the Bible

Holidays

All Year/Long-Day Periods

Sunday/Sabbath

The day of the week devoted to rest and worship is Sunday, or the "Lord's Day.

Lent

Lent is a 40-day period of fasting and repentance in preparation for Easter and is popular in the Catholic faith and takes place in late winter and spring.

Winter

Ash Wednesday

The first day of Lent, a period of fasting that leads up to Easter. Its central ritual is placing of ashes on the forehead.

Mardi Gras

Celebrated on the last day before Lent, this is a day to enjoy one last feast before the 40-day fast.

Christmas

The celebration of the birth of Jesus. The English word "Christmas" derives from the old English Christes maesse, or "Christ's mass."

Epiphany

The celebration of Epiphany recalls the visit of the Magi, symbolizing Christ's manifestation to Gentiles

Advent

The season of Advent marks the start of the church year and the approach of Christmas and often begins on Nov. 30

Twelfth Night

Made famous by the Shakespearean play, this marks the end of the Christmas season.

Spring

St. Patrick's Day

The Catholic feast day that honors St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, is celebrated worldwide by the Irish, those of Irish descent, or "Irish for a day.

Easter

Easter is a festival that celebrates the resurrection of Christ. It is the oldest Christian holiday and the most important day of the church year.

Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday is the sixth Sunday of Lent and the last Sunday before Easter. It commemorates the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem.

Fall

Thanksgiving

Celebrates a shared meal between Christian Pilgrims and Native Americans. It is not a religious holiday, but has an interesting, semi-religious history, and for some it is a day of prayer and thanks to God.

St. Andrew's Day

St. Andrew's Day marks the martyrdom of the apostle Andrew, brother to Saint Peter, and is especially associated with Scottish identity.

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