What time does Ramadan 2016 begin in the US? Ramadan is the month when the Quran was revealed to the Prophet Mohammed and it is celebrated by Muslims all across the United States.
What time does Ramadan 2016 begin tonight? Ramadan is the month when the Quran was revealed to the Prophet Mohammed and its observance is one of the Five Pillars of Islam.
When does fasting for Ramadan 2016 start? Ramadan is the month when the Quran was revealed to the Prophet Mohammed. Find out when to begin fasting here.
It’s the Sunday before Memorial Day, and most churches will focus their sermon to to honor our troops. Be inspired with these prayers written for Sunday Memorial Day services.
When is Ramadan 2016? Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam, and the month is believed to be when the Quran was revealed to the Prophet Mohammed. Find out when it begins here.
Mensch on a Bench, the Jewish equivalent of Elf on the Shelf, got a Shark Tank deal with Robert and Lori. As it goes Beyond the Tank, we interviewed its owner.
Cinco de Mayo is Spanish for “fifth of May” and it commemorates the Battle of Puebla in Mexico. But in the United States, the day has become a celebration of Mexican culture and cuisine.
May 1, 2016 is not only May Day but also International Workers’ Day. While it was once a pagan celebration of flowers, it later became designated to worker’s rights.
Lamb is the traditional food of Easter dating back to before the beginning of Christianity. Here’s how to make sure your lamb is ready to serve, based on its cut.
Easter Sunday is the most important day on the Christian calendar. It celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Learn more about the sacred holiday’s traditions and meaning.
Happy Easter! Today Christians celebrate not only the resurrection of their savior, Jesus Christ, but also the Easter bunny, chocolate candy, and dyed eggs. Here are the funniest memes about Easter.
Happy Easter! Today Christians celebrate Jesus defeating death with his resurrection from the grave. A traditional Easter greeting is the exclamation, “He is risen!”