What’s next for the Irish calendar?
The Irish calendar, as most people know, starts on February 6, meaning the year 2020.
This year marks the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising, the first major Irish uprising against British rule.
The date has become a source of confusion among Irish people, and the Irish government has tried to make it clearer by posting the calendar on the official website.
However, it is not clear how the date will be calculated, as the calendar was not designed to be accurately predicted, and it is also unclear what date would correspond with the birth of the country’s first pope, Francis.
It was announced last month that the Pope Francis would be the new head of the Church of Ireland, a move that would give the Vatican unprecedented influence in Irish affairs.
The first pope was canonised in 1542, the year before the Irish Easter Rising.
In contrast, the birth date is currently being debated in a number of countries.
The United States is considering a new calendar for the 2020 calendar, which would make the date coincide with the centennial of the American Revolution.