- Constant day-date relationship
- Perpetually the same calendar every year
- Year is divided into four quarters. Each quarter has three months of 31-30-30 day pattern, that is, 31 days in the first month and 30 days in the second and third months.
- Week starts on Monday as day 1 in conformance with the International Standardization Organization (ISO) convention as per ISO 8601:1988.
- Very similar to the presently-used Gregorian calendar
- New dates are February 30, April 31 and June 31 which replaced three deleted dates in the present calendar, March 31, May 31 and August 31.
- December 31, a no-weekday date, is designated as World Peace Day, and for the religious, as the Grand Sabbath; may also be designated as Thanksgiving Day.
- June 31, another no-weekday date, is designated as Leap Year Day during leap years, and for the religious, as the Glorious Sabbath
- Christmas Day is on May 23
- Good Friday is fixed on August 17 and is called Crucifixion Day
- Easter is fixed on August 20 and is called Resurrection Day.
- No Friday the 13th
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