Welcome to Orthodox New Year which holds on 14 January by the Gregorian Calendar in 2021. There’s no astronomical reason to celebrate New Year’s Day in January. Many Christian citizens in Canada follow the Julian Calendar to observe New Year. There have some similar dates between Gregorian & Julian Calendar.
Though New Year holds on 1 January by the Julian Calendar, it is also observed on 14 January by the Gregorian Calendar. After 14 days of 1 January, Canadian people observe the new year again with many co-curriculum. activities. This is an opportunity for the Canadian people who get a new year at two separate times in one year. Though it means a funny meaning, people observe it with more items of activities like Universal Happy New Year.
Holding on two times the new year, the main reason for it is the two calendars as Gregorian & Julian calendar. We have included again some items of activities, importance, history, facts as well as wishing ideas on the content. Just read the content thoroughly to acknowledge more knowledge on 14 January.
History of Orthodox New Year
We know that History is the backbone of a nation & nation-related topics like Orthodox New Year. It is also called Old-New Year which is observed not only in Canada but also in Russia or Ukraine on 14 January because the Gregorian calendar missed to include the Orthodox New Year as a specific date. We have added the Orthodox New Year’s history or background with giving some bulleted list which helps to a better understanding
- Orthodox New Year is for those who follow the Julian Calendar nowadays
- People have observed the day on 14 January since 1901.
- People have followed the day for religious issues since 1901.
- Poland, Portugal, and Spain accepted the Gregorian calendar’s introduction in 1582. On the other hand, Great Britain (1752) and Greece (1923).
- the Orthodox New Year must be trusted with the start of the Eastern Orthodox liturgical calendar, which traditionally begins on September 1.
What do people do?
Orthodox New Year is an opportunity date to re-wish. For that, people can wish about the new year to friends, family members, and other focusing people.
People do the following bulleted list on 14 January as Old-New Year day–
- Wish each other
- Someone keeps busy oneself to eat and someone prepares food.
- Some churches host gala dinners to raise funds for charitable causes or church-building restorations.
- Like-minded people take a drink as well as pray for a good event.
- Gather a host party.
Important of Orthodox New Year
Orthodox New Year is more important for Christians who follow the Julian Calendar than the Gregorian as the religious issues. The day is important to get rid of religion. On the fourteenth date of January, people do some activities which are more important things not only for Canada but also for other countries. We included some importance which is followable-
- The Christian Religious
- Tradition in Canada
- Locally observance
Celebrating the new year is not only a way to get rid of all the filth of the old year but also to re-arrange the new year in a new schedule, but also to give a new look to the heart which is burdened with all kinds of old sorrows. We believe that you like each of our items to enjoy the New Year for a day as there is no such day every day. I wish you all a happy Orthodox New Year.
Happy Orthodox New Year Status & Quotes
1). Days, months, and calendars change as New Year arrives. I pray that this year also brings a change in your attitude and focus to experience the real success
2). May the almighty shower his kind blessings on you and your family. Wish you a very happy new year.
3). May God is kind to fulfill all your dreams and desires in the coming year. Wish you a very happy new year.
4). May your life blossom like a flower. I pray that this coming year, every day should unfold like a petal in a blossoming flower.
5). Wish you and your family a very blessed new year. Let God be kind and shower blessings and happiness on your family.
Orthodox New Year Messages and Wishes
6). Good health, peace, good luck may all these three be yours in the coming year. Happy new year 2022.
7). May this New Year be bright and happy. May peace and happiness reside in your family. Wish you a happy New Year 2022.
8). May hope to keep smiling on you every day, throughout the Year. Wish you a very happy new year.
9). As this old year fades out, may the New Year break out with brightness and sparkles. Happy New Year 2022.
10). May you have peace, joy, and good health all throughout the year. Happy New year 2022.
Times of Orthodox New Year
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