Whit Monday, also known as Pentecost Monday, is an important religious festival celebrated by the Christians, and it is celebrated on the day after Pentecost, which is the 50th day after Easter Sunday (or 49 days after Easter Sunday).
Whit Monday is a public holiday in many countries, and gets its names from Whit Sunday, which is related to the white garments formerly worn by those newly baptized on this feast.
Many Eastern Orthodox churches use the Julian calendar calculating their celebrations. Because the 50th day after Easter in Julian calendar corresponds to a day later in Gregorian calendar, East Orthodox churches will usually have Whit Monday after the Western Observation.
The following is the list of Whit Monday from 2021 to 2030.
|Whit Monday||May 24, 2021||Monday||Jun 21, 2021||Monday|
|Whit Monday||Jun 06, 2022||Monday||Jun 13, 2022||Monday|
|Whit Monday||May 29, 2023||Monday||Jun 05, 2023||Monday|
|Whit Monday||May 20, 2024||Monday||Jun 24, 2024||Monday|
|Whit Monday||Jun 09, 2025||Monday||Jun 09, 2025||Monday|
|Whit Monday||May 25, 2026||Monday||Jun 01, 2026||Monday|
|Whit Monday||May 17, 2027||Monday||Jun 21, 2027||Monday|
|Whit Monday||Jun 05, 2028||Monday||Jun 05, 2028||Monday|
|Whit Monday||May 21, 2029||Monday||May 28, 2029||Monday|
|Whit Monday||Jun 10, 2030||Monday||Jun 17, 2030||Monday|
Please also check Whit Sunday: 2020 to 2030.