The new year is here and while we don't need a reminder for when St. Patricks Day or Christmas Day falls, there are some religious holidays that depend on the lunar calendar. Below is a list of religious holidays for the world’s major religions. Please note: Jewish, Baha’i and Islamic holidays begin at sunset the previous day.

Christian holidays 2019:

Jan. 6, Sunday: Epiphany

Jan. 13, Sunday: Baptism of the Jesus:

Feb. 2, Saturday: Candlemas

Feb. 14, Thursday: St. Valentine's Day

March 6, Wednesday: Ash Wednesday

March 17, Sunday: St. Patrick's Day

March 19, Tuesday: St. Joseph's Day

April 14, Sunday: Palm Sunday

April 18, Thursday: Maundy Thursday

April 19, Friday: Good Friday

April 21, Sunday: Easter

April 22, Monday: Easter Monday

April 23, Tuesday: St. George's Day

May 30, Thursday: Ascension of Jesus

June 9, Sunday: Pentecost

June 15, Saturday: Saint Vladimir

June 16, Sunday: Trinity Sunday

June 20, Thursday: Corpus Christi

June 29, Saturday: Feast of Saints Peter and Paul

July 25, Thursday: St. James the Great Day

Aug. 1, Thursday: Lammas

Aug. 15, Thursday: The Assumption of Mary

Sept. 14, Saturday: Holy Cross Day

Sept. 29, Sunday: Michaelmas

Oct. 31, Thursday: All Hallows Eve

Nov. 1, Friday: All Saints' Day

Nov. 2, Saturday: All Souls' Day

Nov. 26, Tuesday: Christ the King

Nov. 30, Saturday: St. Andrew's Day

Dec. 1, Sunday: Advent

Dec. 6, Friday: St. Nicholas Day

Dec. 24, Tuesday: Christmas Eve

Dec. 25, Wednesday: Christmas

Dec. 28, Saturday: Holy Innocents

Dec. 31, Tuesday: Watch Night

Candles are carried by choristers during the annual 'darkness to light' Advent procession in Salisbury, England, Dec. 1, 2017. Matt Cardy/Getty Images

Jewish holidays 2019:

Jan. 21, Monday: Tu B’Shevat

March 20-21: Purim

April 20, Saturday: Passover

April 21, Sunday: Second Passover

April 27, Saturday: Passover - Final Day

May 2, Thursday: Yom Hashoah

May 8, Wednesday: Yom HaZikaron

May 9, Thursday: Yom HaAtzma'ut

May 23, Thursday: Lag B’Omer

June 2, Sunday: Yom Yerushalayim

June 8-10: Shavuot

Aug. 11, Sunday: Tish’a B’Av

Sept. 30-Oct. 1: Rosh Hashanah

Oct. 2, Wednesday: Fast of Gedaliah

Oct. 9, Wednesday: Yom Kippur

Oct. 14-20: Sukkot

Dec. 23-30: Chanukah or Hanukkah

Rabbi Yehuda Teichtal lights a menorah on the sixth day of Hanukkah at the Orthodox synagogue at the Chabad-Lubavitch Jewish Education Center in Berlin, Germany, Dec. 6, 2010. Getty bImages/ Sean Gallup

Islamic holidays 2019:

April 3, Wednesday: Lailat al Miraj

April 20, Saturday: Lailat al Bara'ah

May 6, Monday: Start of Ramadan

May 31, Friday: Laylat al Qadr

June 4, Tuesday: Eid al-Fitr (End of Ramadan)

Aug. 10, Saturday: Waqf al Arafa – Hajj

Aug. 11, Sunday: Eid al-Adha

Aug. 31, Saturday: Hijra (Islamic New Year)

Sept. 9, Monday: Ashura/Muharram

Nov. 9, Saturday: Milad un Nabi

Eid al-Fitr
Muslims pray during mass to celebrate Eid al-Fitr in Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia, July 17, 2015. Getty Images/Putu Sayoga

Buddhist holidays 2019:

Jan. 21, Monday: Mahayana New Year

Feb. 5, Tuesday: Chinese New Year

Feb. 8, Friday: Nirvana Day

March 21, Thursday: Magha Puja/Sangha Day

April 19, Friday: Theravada New Year

May 18, Saturday: Wesak or Buddha Day

July 13, Saturday: Obon

July 16, Tuesday: Asala/Dharma Day

Dec. 8, Sunday – Bodhi Day

Buddhist followers lighting candles during Vesak Day, commonly known as Buddha's birthday, at the Borobudur Mahayana Buddhist monument in Magelang, Indonesia, May 17, 2011. Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images

Hindu holidays 2019:

Jan. 15, Tuesday: Makar Sankranti/Pongal

Jan. 21, Monday: Thaipusam

Feb. 9, Saturday: Vasant Panchami

March 4, Monday: Maha Shivaratri

March 20, Wednesday: Holika Dahan

March 21, Thursday: Holi

March 22, Friday: Gudi Padwa (Hindi New Year)

April 6, Saturday: Ugadi (Kannada, Telugu New Year)

April 13, Saturday: Rama Navami

April 14, Sunday: Puthandu (Tamil New Year)

April 15, Monday: Vaisakhi/Baisakhi/Vishu/Pohela Boishakh (Bengali New Year)

April 19, Friday: Hanuman Jayanti

May 7, Tuesday: Akshaya Tritiya

June 3, Monday: Savitri Puja

July 4, Thursday: Puri Ratha Yatra

July 16, Tuesday: Guru Purnima

Aug. 5, Monday: Nag Panchami

Aug. 9, Friday: Varalakshmi Vratam

Aug. 15, Thursday: Raksha Bandhan

Aug. 24, Saturday: Krishna Janmashtami

Sept. 2, Monday: Ganesh Chaturthi

Sept. 11, Wednesday: Onam

Sept. 17, Tuesday: Vishwakarma Puja

Sept. 28, Saturday: Mahalaya Amavasya

Sept. 29-Oct. 7: Navaratri

Oct. 8, Tuesday: Dusshera

Oct. 13, Sunday: Sharad Purnima

Oct. 17, Thursday: Karwa Chauth

Oct. 25, Friday: Dhanteras

Oct. 27, Sunday: Diwali

Oct. 29, Tuesday: Bhai Dooj

Nov. 2, Saturday: Chhath Puja

Nov. 12, Tuesday: Kartik Poornima

Dec. 8, Sunday: Geeta Jayanti

Dec. 16, Monday: Dhanu Sankranti

An Indian artist gives final touches to an idol of the Hindu Goddess Kali at a workshop ahead of the Diwali festival in Hyderabad, India, Nov. 5, 2018. Getty Images/ Noah Seelam

Sikh holidays 2019:

Jan. 5, Saturday: Guru Gobind Singh Birthday

Jan. 13, Sunday: Maghi - Lohri

March 20, Wednesday: Holi

March 21, Thursday: Hola Mohalla

April 14, Sunday: Vaisakhi

April 18, Thursday: Birthday of Guru Angad Dev

June 16, Sunday: Martyrdom of Guru Arjan Dev Sahib

Oct. 20, Sunday: Birth of the Guru Granth

Oct. 26, Saturday: Diwali

Nov. 12, Tuesday: Guru Nanak Birthday

Nov. 24, Sunday: Martyrdom of Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib

A Sikh priest sits behind the Guru Granth Sahib (Sikh holy book) as Sewadars decorate during a Jalau splendor show of Sikhism's symbolic items on the occasion of the 549th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev at the Golden Temple in Amritsar, Nov. 23, 2018. Getty Images/Narinder Nanu