There are no significant Holy days in the Yarriannite calendar. This is mainly due to the workload that the Yarriannites have set themselves. Whilst each day is crammed with service and ceremony to the Goddess the rest of their time is spent among the needy and the thought that Yarrianne would require their service, entirely dedicated to her, for even one day is beyond conception. The only real days of any importance to a Pilgrim are their mandatory twelve days of rest, during which time a Priest of Yarrianne is expected to recuperate both physically and emotionally and return to their point of serenity before they resume their tireless work for the Goddess.

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