Sure, you may not need reminding when Christmas falls every year, but plenty of religious holidays are determined according to a lunar calendar, making their date switch from year to year. While major holidays in many religions may have only just passed, more are just around the corner as 2017 gets underway. Here’s a list of all the major holidays next year for the five most popular religions in the United States.

Christian Holidays
Jan. 6: Epiphany
Feb 2: Candlemas
Feb 14: St. Valentine's Day
March 1: Ash Wednesday
March 17: St. Patrick's Day
March 19: St. Joseph's Day
April 9: Palm Sunday
April 13: Maundy Thursday
April 14: Good Friday
April 16: Easter
April 17: Easter Monday
May 25: Ascension of Jesus
June 4: Pentecost
June 11: Trinity Sunday
June 15: Corpus Christi
June 29: Feast of Saints Peter and Paul
Aug. 1: Lammas
Aug. 15: The Assumption of Mary
Sept. 14: Holy Cross Day
Sept. 29: Michaelmas
Oct. 31: All Hallows Eve
Nov. 1: All Saints' Day
Nov. 2: All Souls' Day
Nov. 26: Christ the King
Nov. 30: St. Andrew's Day
Dec. 3: Advent
Dec. 6: St. Nicholas Day
Dec. 24: Christmas Eve
Dec. 25: Christmas
Dec. 28: Holy Innocents
Dec. 31: Watch Night

Jewish Holidays (Note: for most Jewish holidays, celebrations begin at sunset the night before)
Jan. 8: Asarah B’Tevet
Feb. 11: Tu Bishvat
March 9: Ta’anit Esther
March 20: March Equinox
April 6: Yom HaAliyah
April 11-18: Passover
April 24: Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Memorial Day)
May 1: Yom HaZikaron
May 2: Yom HaAtzmaut (Independence Day)
May 14: Lag B’Omer
May 24: Yom Yerushalayim
June 1: Shavuot
June 21: June Solstice
July 11: Fast of Shiva Asar B’Tammuz
Aug. 1: Tisha B’Av
Sept. 21-22: Rosh Hashanah (New Year)
Sept. 24: Tzom Gedaliah
Sept. 30: Yom Kippur
Oct. 5-11: Sukkot
Oct. 12: Shimini Atzeret
Dec. 13-20: Hanukkah
Dec. 21: December Solstice
Dec. 28: Asarah B’Tevet

Islamic Holidays 2017

April 24: Lailat al Miraj

May 12: Lailat al Bara'ah

May 27: Start of Ramadan

June 21: Laylat al Kadr

June 25: Eid-al-Fitr (End of Ramadan)

Aug. 31: Waqf al Arafa – Hajj

Sept. 2-5: Eid-al-Adha

Sept. 22: Hijra (Islamic New Year)

Oct. 1: Ashura

Dec. 1: Milad un Nabi

Hindu Holidays
Jan. 14: Makar Sankranti/Pongal
Feb. 1: Vasant Panchami
Feb. 24: Maha Shivaratri
March 12: Holika Dahan
March 13: Holi
March 28: Gudi Padwa (Hindi New Year)
March 28: Ugadi (Kannada, Telugu New Year)
April 5: Rama Navami
April 11: Hanuman Jayanti
April 14: Puthandu (Tamil New Year)
April 14: Vaisakhi/Baisakhi/Vishu
April 14: Pohela Boishakh (Bengali New Year)
April 28: Akshaya Tritiya
May 25: Savitri Pooja
June 25: Puri Ratha Yatra
July 9: Guru Purnima
July 27: Nag Panchami
Aug. 4: Varalakshmi Vratam
Aug. 7: Raksha Bandhan
Aug. 15: Krishna Janmashtami
Aug. 25: Ganesh Chaturthi
Sept. 4: Onam
Sept. 17: Vishwakarma Puja
Sept. 19: Mahalaya Amavasya
Sept. 21-29: Navaratri
Sept. 30: Dusshera
Oct. 5: Sharad Purnima
Oct. 8: Karwa Chauth
Oct. 17: Dhanteras
Oct. 19: Diwali
Oct. 21: Bhai Dooj
Oct. 26 Chhath Puja
Nov. 4: Kartik Poornima
Nov. 30: Geeta Jayanti
Dec. 16: Dhanu Sankranti

Buddhist Holidays
Jan. 12: Mahayana New Year
Jan. 28: Chinese New Year
Feb. 15: Nirvana Day
March 12: Magha Puja Day
April 11: Theravada New Year
May 10: Vesak (Buddha Day)
July 9: Asala (Dharma Day)
July 13: Obon
Dec. 8: Bodhi Day