Saints’ feast days are a core component of every liturgical year. Along with saints’ feast days, Catholics celebrate various seasons, usually centered around key holy days. The most significant holy day is Sunday, the day dedicated to the Lord. Easter and Christmas form the heart of the two main festal seasons in the liturgical calendar. Easter celebrates Jesus’ life, ministry, passion, death, resurrection, ascension and the descent of the Spirit. Christmas celebrates the birth of Jesus, God with us and his epiphany or revelation of himself to the world. During these festal season we also celebrate particular saints’ feast days that are connected to the season in some fashion. Our liturgical calendar is built around liturgical seasons and the celebration of saints’ feast days.