Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormons) celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ on Christmas and his Resurrection on Easter. Many members also celebrate "Pioneer Day" on the 24th of July, as that is the day when the first group of Mormon Pioneers arrived at what is now Salt Lake City. Some members observe April 6th as well, which is the day the Church was officially organized. Church members also regard each Sunday as the Sabbath and keep that day holy by spending time with family, worshipping Jesus Christ, studying scripture, and visiting the sick. They do not seek entertainment, go shopping, participate in sporting events, or work on Sunday.
The holy book read by Mormons is called the Book of Mormon. Mormons are also free to read other books, if they so desire.
They have no holy days.
Animism does not have holy days.
The Mormon church has 2 main holy books - the KJV Bible and the Book of Mormon
I can find no "symbols" of Holy Days of Holy Days of Obligation listed in either The Catechism or the Modern Catholic Dictionary.
there are many holy days for Christians such as Easter, christmas...etc
some of the holy days are matsuri, rei sai and more
holy and baskhi
High Holy Days - band - was created in 1998.
There are five holy days in Buddhism. The five holy days are the Buddhist New Year, Dhamma Day, Elephant Festival, Ancestor Day, and Veska.