Gregorian might refer to:

  • The thought or ideology of Pope Gregory I or Pope Gregory VII (also called Gregorianism)
  • Things named for Pope Gregory I:
    • Gregorian chant
    • Gregorian mass
    • Brotherhood of Saint Gregory
  • The Gregorian reform (Pope Gregory VII)
  • Things named for Pope Gregory XIII:
    • Gregorian calendar
    • Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome
  • The Armenian Apostolic Church, sometimes called the Gregorian Church after Saint Gregory the Illuminator
  • The Gregorian telescope, named after James Gregory
  • Gregorian Bivolaru, founder of the Movement for Spiritual Integration into the Absolute (MISA)
  • Gregorian (band), German band that performs Gregorian chant-inspired versions of modern pop and rock songs
  • Gregorian Satellite Dish Antennas

Other articles related to "gregorian":

Civil Calendars Worldwide
... Most countries in the world use the Gregorian calendar as their sole civil calendar ... Countries which don't use the Gregorian calendar are Saudi Arabia, which uses the Islamic calendar for all purposes, Ethiopia (Ethiopian calendar) and Iran and Afghanistan ... countries use other calendars alongside the Gregorian calendar India (Indian national calendar) and Israel (Hebrew calendar) ...
Restoration Of Gregorian Chants
... Restoration of Gregorian chants is the process of restoring the original melody in Gregorian Chant manuscripts ...
Seven-day Week - Facts and Figures
604,800 seconds (except at daylight saving time transitions or leap seconds) 1 Gregorian calendar year = 52 weeks + 1 day (2 days in a leap year) 1 week = 1600⁄6957 ≈ 22.9984% of an average ... There are exactly 20871 weeks in 400 Gregorian years, so 30 April 1611 was a Saturday just like 30 April 2011 ... A system of Dominical letters has been used to determine the day of week in the Gregorian or the Julian calendar ...
Louis Lambillotte - Work On Gregorian Chant
... Corrupt versions of Gregorian chant had been in use for several centuries ... in presence of what seems to be the most authentic Gregorian manuscript in existence, i.e ... The Gradual and the Vesperal appeared 1855–1856 in both Gregorian and modern notations, under the editorship of Father Dufour, who had for years shared the work of Lambillotte ...
Lithuanian Calendar - History
... was used in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania the Gregorian calendar was adopted by the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in 1586, a few years after its promulgation in 1582 by Pope Gregory XIII ... a part of ethnic Lithuania left of Nemunas River (Suvalkija) retained the Gregorian calendar (see Aleksotas) ... The Russian Revolution of 1917 re-instated the Gregorian calendar, which had been the Western European standard for over a century, in January 1918 ...