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|Part of the series Mirianism|
|‘Idtā d-Madniiḥā d-Miryin|
|1||Foundations of Faith|
|*||Discussion on Mirianism|
A list of holidays generally celebrated by the Mirian Church:
- Šavtā’ (Sabbath Day) Held traditionally on Saturdays
- Švowtā’ (Pentecost) Celebration of the spiritual harvest in the field of the nations recorded in St. Luke's Acts of the Apostles 2:1-11
- Yawm d-Qadiyše’ Holiday commemorating the Saints, celebrated on the Sunday after Pentecost; see All Saints Day
- Yawm Kipuwr (Day of Atonement) The sacrament of Tyawruwta’ (Reconciliation) is observed in the morning of this holiday.
- Yawldow (Christmas)
Holy Week days:
- Ma`lā Yešuwa b-Yawršaliym (Lord's Entry into Jerusalem) Also known as Palm Sunday. Prayer and meditation on the Gospel account of this day is observed.
- Treyn b-šavā d-quwdiyšā (Holy Monday) Commemorates the prophecy of the general Resurrection and the Greatest Commandments given by Yešuwa.
- Tlotā b-šavā‘ d-quwdiyšā’ (Holy Tuesday) Teachings about vigilance are given on this day of Holy Week.
- Arba‘ b-šavā‘ d-quwdiyšā’ (Holy Wednesday) The sacrament of Holy Unction is performed on this day.
- Holy Thursday / Pešḥā (Passover) The Holy Divine Liturgy celebrated by the whole Church ONLY on this day of Holy Week.
- Awrbta d-hashā (Good Friday) Yeshwa's death is commemorated on this day; prayer and watchful meditation is practiced and connected with vigilance. Fasting and alms giving also practiced.
- Shavthā d-kudishā (Holy Saturday) Sabbath is celebrated and dedicated to Mishyah giving rest to those captive in Hades.
- Khyāmā (Easter Sunday) Yeshwa's resurrection is commemorated on this day; a form of the Easter Vigil is celebrated at midnight.