Sweden Feast Day Calendars
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- The Swedish government began using the Gregorian calendar on February 18, 1753. Prior to that, they used the Julian calendar. Do not use this conversion table for Danish or Norwegian research between 1700 and 1753.
- Between February 29, 1700 (Julian) and February 29, 1712 (Julian), the Swedish government used its own "Swedish Calendar". As part of the transition from the Swedish Calendar back to the Julian calendar in 1712, the month of February in 1712 has 30 days.
For more information about Fixed and Movable Feast Days, see the article Scandinavia Feast Day Calendar.
Movable Feast Days
Fixed Feast Days
Alphabetical by First Letter
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Feast Days in Chronological Order
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Johansson, Carl-Erik. Cradled in Sweden, Revised Edition. Logan: The Everton Publishers Inc., 1995
Blixt, Sam. Almanacka 1600 - 1999. Vimmerby: Vtt-Grafiska, 1985
Latham, R.E. Revised Medieval Latin Word List from British and Irish Sources. London: Published for the British Academy by the Oxford University Press, 1973