Feast of John Baptist And More On June 24!

Feast of John Baptist: International St. John’s Feast is a celebration that takes place every June 24th around the world. It honors the birth of St. John the Baptist, a Jewish prophet who is revered in the Christian Church as the forerunner of Jesus Christ. St. John lived in the lower regions of the Jordan River and baptized people after they had confessed their sins. The celebration is a reminder of the importance of humility and repentance, as symbolized by St. John’s austere camel-hair garment. Join the festivities and honor this revered figure in the Christian tradition.

Also on June 24…

International Fairy Day: A day to celebrate the magical and mystical creatures of folklore and mythology known as fairies, who are often depicted as small, winged beings with magical powers.

National Bomb Pop Day: A day to enjoy the iconic frozen treat that features red, white, and blue layers and has been a summertime favorite since its invention in 1955.

World UFO Day: A day to raise awareness and promote education about the phenomenon of unidentified flying objects, or UFOs, and to encourage discussion and research about their potential existence.

National Chocolate Éclair Day: A day to indulge in the classic French pastry filled with creamy vanilla custard and topped with rich chocolate icing.

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