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  1. Oct 11, 2020 · Traditional Latin Mass Calendar - October 19th, 20... St. Peter of Alcantara, Confessor - S. Petri de Al... Sunday News Roundup - 20th Sunday after Pentecost ... Sunday Mass Edition - 20th Sunday after Pentecost ... Morning News Roundup - St. Margaret Mary Alacoque,... 20th Sunday after Pentecost - Dominica Vigesima Po...

  2. Oct 10, 2020 · Morning News Roundup - St. Francis Borgia, Confessor - Missa 'Os Iusti' - October 10th, 2020 October 10, 2020 † 19th Sunday after Pentecost - Missa 'Salus Pópuli' - Commemoration: Maternity of the Blessed Virgin Mary - October 11th, 2020 - Propers

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    The General Roman Calendar assigns celebrations of saints to only about half the days of the year and contains only a fraction of the saints listed in the 776-page volume Roman Martyrology, which itself is not an exhaustive list of all the saints legitimately venerated in the Catholic Church. The Martyrology assigns several saints to each day of th...

    In the liturgical books, the document General Roman Calendar (which lists not only fixed celebrations but also some moveable ones) is printed immediately after the document Universal Norms on the Liturgical Year and the Calendar, which states that "throughout the course of the year the Church unfolds the entire mystery of Christ and observes the bi...

    Some celebrations listed in the General Roman Calendar are transferred to another date: Solemnities that fall on certain Sundays or on days within Holy Weekor the Octave of Easter are transferred to the next day that is free for them, and special rules govern the transfer of the Solemnities of Joseph and of the Annunciation of the Lord.

    January

    1. 1 January: Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God – Solemnity 2. 2 January: Saints Basil the Great and Gregory Nazianzen, bishops and doctors of the Church – Memorial 3. 3 January: The Most Holy Name of Jesus– Optional Memorial 4. 6 January: Epiphany (celebrated on the first Sunday after 1 January in countries where this feast is not a Holy Day of Obligation) – Solemnity 5. 7 January: Saint Raymond of Penyafort, priest – Optional Memorial 6. 13 January: Saint Hilary of Poitiers, bishop and docto...

    February

    1. 2 February: Presentation of the Lord– Feast 2. 3 February: Saint Blaise, bishop and martyr; or Saint Ansgar, bishop – Optional Memorial 3. 5 February: Saint Agatha, virgin and martyr – Memorial 4. 6 February: Saints Paul Mikiand companions, martyrs – Memorial 5. 8 February: Saint Jerome Emiliani, priest; or Saint Josephine Bakhita, virgin – Optional Memorial 6. 10 February: Saint Scholastica, virgin – Memorial 7. 11 February: Our Lady of Lourdes– Optional Memorial 8. 14 February: Saints Cy...

    March

    1. 4 March: Saint Casimir– Optional Memorial 2. 7 March: Saints Perpetua and Felicity, martyrs – Memorial 3. 8 March: Saint John of God, religious – Optional Memorial 4. 9 March: Saint Frances of Rome, religious – Optional Memorial 5. 17 March: Saint Patrick, bishop – Optional Memorial 6. 18 March: Saint Cyril of Jerusalem, bishop and doctor of the Church – Optional Memorial 7. 19 March: Saint Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary – Solemnity 8. 23 March: Saint Turibius of Mogrovejo, bish...

    The General Calendar is printed, for instance, in the Roman Missal and the Liturgy of the Hours. These are up to date when printed, but additional feasts may be added later. For that reason, if those celebrating the liturgy have not inserted into the books a note about the changes, they must consult the current annual publication, known as the "Ord...

    "Calendarium Romanum Generale: A gadget for Windows 7/8". Archived from the originalon 31 March 2016.
    "Biography, rflection and prayer for the Roman Catholic saint of the day". Saint Mary’s Press.
  3. Mar 15, 2020 · On Sunday, March 15, 2020, Pope Francis defied the imposed coronavirus lockdown in Italy and left the Vatican to make a private visit to two holy images in Rome: an icon of the Virgin and Child in the church of Santa Maria Maggiore and a large wooden crucifix in the church of San Marcello (fig. 1, fig. 2). 1 See Philip Pullella, “Pope in Dramatic Visit to Empty Rome to Pray for End of Virus ...

  4. The false white images of Christ (Caesar Borgia), Mary and Lazarus are the main idols that they are joined to. They worship these idols by putting tattoos of these images on their bodies, putting statues on the dashboard of their cars and wearing gold chains with these false images as pendants.

  5. Judah The tribe of Judah (American Blacks) along with Benjamin and Levi were sold into captivity by the Africans and the Arabs to the white-man. The white man then transported them in chains on slave ships to America to serve hard bondage as slaves. Judah was the fourth born son of Jacob, his name means “Yahawah’s Praise”, Genesis 29:35.

  6. t. e. Gregory of Nazianzus ( Greek: Γρηγόριος ὁ Ναζιανζηνός, Grēgorios ho Nazianzēnos; c. 329 – 25 January 390, ), also known as Gregory the Theologian or Gregory Nazianzen, was a 4th-century Archbishop of Constantinople and theologian. He is widely considered the most accomplished rhetorical stylist of the patristic age.

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