About the Multifaith Calendar

This calendar is not an exhaustive list either of religious traditions or of the holidays observed in those traditions. If we have not included a religious tradition or major religious holiday of significance to you, please notify the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life so that it might be included in future editions of this calendar.

While we have made extensive efforts to verify the accuracy of the information included here, some inaccuracies may remain. Please bring to our attention any you notice. The dates of some holidays, particularly those that are calculated according to a lunar calendar and rely on sightings of the New Moon (e.g., Islamic holidays), vary according to region; other observances and dates (e.g., Buddhist holidays) vary greatly across cultures and strands of a tradition.

Some of the information herein is provided by the Multifaith Calendar, a publication of the Multifaith Action Society (used with permission). Additional thanks to the editors of the Interfaith Calendar, the Chicago and Illinois Regional Office of the National Conference for Community and Justice and their Interfaith Calendar; the Anti-Defamation League; Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Seminary of Brookline, Massachusetts; Multifaith Resources, California; the New England Hindu Temple; the Bahá'í Community of Greater Boston; the New York Office of The National Conference for Community and Justice; the National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, D.C; and James Yellowbank and the Anawim Center.