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January 2016

Jan 30

Blessing of Candles and Throats

BLESSING OF CANDLES — FEBRUARY 2, 8A MASS Mass on the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord. Bring new candles to be blessed for your home prayer altars. BLESSING OF THROATS — FEBRUARY 3RD, 8A MASS On the Feast of St. Blaise, bishop and martyr ASH WEDNESDAY — FEBRUARY 10TH, MASS TIMES:...
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Jan 23

As Lent Approaches

We might want to plan how we will prepare for the mystery of Jesus Christ’s Passion, Death, and Resurrection. BEST LENT EVER Dynamic Catholic launched Best Lent Ever in 2015, the first Lenten program specifically built to explain the genius of Catholicism and lead to a transformative Lent. The idea of a Lenten program is nothing new, but...
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Jan 13

International Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

January 18-25, 2016 is the annual observance of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. The theme chosen for 2016 is “Called to Proclaim the Mighty Acts of the Lord.“ (cf. 1 Peter 2:9) Throughout 2016, join Christians everywhere in praying “that they may all be one” joining our prayer with that of the Lord...
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Jan 8

Epiphany Proclamation 2016

While a day like Christmas is fixed in our minds and on the calendars on December 25th, many of the important feasts of the Church year move, based upon the date that Easter is set. Easter changes each year moving to the Sunday after the "Paschal Full Moon," and can fall between March 22 and April 25. In ancient times before calendars...
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Jan 2

What is Epiphany?

The word Epiphany means a sign or manifestation of Divine power. The solemnity commemorates the coming of the Incarnate Word, Jesus the Messiah, into the world and His revelation to the nations. It is celebrated on the 12th day of Christmas, January 6th unless transferred (for practical reasons) to the first Sunday after January 1 (as in...
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