Fifty days after Easter, when the Resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead is celebrated, the Church celebrates Pentecost, when Jesus gives his disciples the Holy Spirit.

On May 17, the Catholic Church remembers the bishops of Jerusalem who have been recognized for their saintly lives.

Matthias is the apostle who was chosen after Jesus' ascension into heaven according to the Acts of the Apostles, ch. 1.

The Feast of the Ascension of Jesus into heaven is celebrated on Thursday of the sixth week after Easter (40 days after Easter). Lucia, from the Jerusalem community, explains to us the importance of the Feast.

The feast commemorates a vision of the Virgin Mary in Fatima, Portugal where three children saw the Blessed Mother on May 13, 1917.

Saint Epiphanius was born in the Holy Land and served as bishop in Cyprus for more than 30 years. His feast is celebrated especially in Cyprus on May 12.

Saint Isaiah, prophet and martyr, as he is known in the Christian tradition is one of the greatest of the Old Testament prophets. His book of prophecy has been called "the Fifth Gospel" in the Christian tradition.

The Feast of Our Lady Woman of Valor is the feast of the Pastoral Center in Tel Aviv that serves migrants and asylum seekers. The feast is celebrated on May 10 or the Saturday closest to this date.

Lucia from the Jerusalem community has sent us an article about James the Just whose feast we celebrate in the Catholic Church on May 3.

Since the Middle Ages, the Catholic Church has consecrated the month of May to the Blessed Virgin Mary.

The Jewish and Christian calendars of feasts have their origins in the Pentateuch. However, the feasts are commemorated differently in the traditions that have developed. Father David gives a general outline of the three Biblical feasts and their present forms in the Church and in Israel.

On April 25, the Catholic Church remembers Mark, who wrote the second of the Gospels in the New Testament. According to tradition, he brought Christianity to Egypt.

One of the beloved saints among the Christians of the Holy Land and throughout the Middle East is Saint George, whose feast is celebrated in the Catholic Church on April 23.

The Feast of the Divine Mercy is celebrated each year on the Sunday after Easter.

On April 10, the Church celebrates the memory of the great prophet in Babylon, Ezekiel.

Founder of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, Saint Jean-Baptiste was an educational reformer and father of modern pedagogy He is the patron saint of teachers.

The feast of the Resurrection expresses the very heart of Christian faith. In Jesus Christ, God is victorious over death.

On this day Christians observe a day of quiet like Jews every Shabbat.

On Good Friday, Christians remember the crucifixion, death and burial of Jesus.

On the Thursday of Holy Week, the Last Supper is remembered, when Jesus gave his body and his blood to his disciples.