Ecclesiastical-calendar



noun
1.
a calendar based on the lunisolar cycle, used by many Christian churches in determining the dates for the movable feasts.
2.
Also called church calendar. a calendar of the Christian year, indicating the days and seasons for fasts and festivals.

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