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Liturgical Year

The Liturgical Year is marked by the special seasons of Advent, Christmas, Lent, the Triduum (or Three Days), Easter, and Ordinary Time. The Liturgical Year begins on the first Sunday of Advent, which usually occurs around the beginning of December or the end of November, and ends on the feast of Christ the King. The Liturgical Year Calendar tells us what readings the Church has designated to be used for each day. It also names the special feasts and commemorations celebrated during each season and marks the dates of remembrance of the saints.
 

Resources: 

    2017 Liturgical Calendar (USCCB)
    (calendar image courtesy of LTP)
 

    Saint of the Day (Franciscan Media)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

            Feast of Saint Mary Magdalene

            Information for Celebrating the Feast 

            Decree (English | Español)

            Commentary (English | Español)

                (source USCCB Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments)

 

 

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