Saint Patrick

“Patrick of Ireland” redirects here. For the 14th-century writer, see Master Patrick of Ireland. For other uses, see Saint Patrick (disambiguation). Saint Patrick Born Great Britain Honored in Catholic Church Eastern Catholic Churches Eastern Orthodox Church Anglicanism Lutheranism Major shrine Armagh, Northern Ireland Glastonbury Abbey, England Feast 17 March (Saint Patrick’s Day) Patronage Ireland, Nigeria, Montserrat, Archdiocese of New York, Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark, Boston, Rolla, Missouri (USA), Loíza, Puerto Rico, Murcia (Spain), engineers, paralegals, Archdiocese of Melbourne; invoked […]

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Paschal Triduum

Christ Washing the Feet of the Apostles by Meister des Hausbuches, 1475 (Gemäldegalerie, Berlin Easter Triduum, Holy Triduum, Paschal Triduum, or The Three Days,[1] is the period of three days that begins with the liturgy on the evening of Maundy Thursday (the vigil of Good Friday)[2][3] and ends with evening prayer on Easter Sunday, the three-day period therefore from the evening of Maundy Thursday (excluding most of Thursday) to the evening of Resurrection Sunday.[2] It recalls the passion, death, burial, […]

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Weekly Activities in St Francis Parish Centre

Day Time Activity Monday: Tap Dancing. Tuesday: 9.30- 11.30am Mother and Toddler Group. 5pm- 7pm Slimming World. Wednesday: Parenting Group (Diocesan study). Thursday: Language and Play. Friday: Mother and Baby Clinic. Saturday: 12pm- 2.30pm Irish Dancing. Sunday: Parish lunches are held on some Sundays, as advertised in Parish Bulletin. find the Parish Centre

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Ongoing Weekly Activities and Events in Ely

Mondays 9.00 – 4.00pm                                       – Want to work @ Ely Library 9.30 – 11am                                    –        Parents Coffee Morning @ Michaelston Adult Centre 9.30 – 11am                                    –        Stay & Play @ Ely & Caerau Children’s Centre, Michaelston Rd 9.30 – 10.45am                    –          Making Music @ Ely & Caerau Children’s Centre, 12.00 – 2.00pm                                      – Lovely Mums Group @ Trelai Youth Centre, Bishopston Road, Caerau 2.00pm                                                  – Food Co-op @ Dusty Forge – (Healthy Start vouchers accepted) 1.00 – […]

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Lent

This article is about Lent in Western Christianity. For Lent in Orthodox Christianity, see Great Lent. For other uses, see Lent (disambiguation). An image of Our Lady of Solitude and Jesus Christ the Nazarene during a public religious procession during Lent. The Friday of Sorrows, Jardin, Colombia. Pious Catholic women designated as annual honorees called “Hermana Mayores” clutching their standard banners along with privileged posts at religious processions. The appointed women don their most elegant black formal attire accessorized by […]

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Ordinary Time

Liturgical year Western Advent Christmastide Ordinary Time Septuagesima/Pre-Lent/Shrovetide Lent Holy Week Paschal Triduum Eastertide Pentecost Ordinary Time Eastern Nativity Fast Christmastide Ordinary Time Septuagesima/Pre-Great Lent Great Lent Eastertide Apostles’ Fast Ordinary Time Ordinary Time refers to season of the Christian liturgical calendar, particularly the calendar of the ordinary form of the Roman rite of the Catholic Church, although some other churches in Western Christianity also use the term. In this context, the English name “Ordinary” translates the Latin term ordinalis […]

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Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday A cross of ashes on a worshipper’s forehead on Ash Wednesday Observed by Many Western Christians Type Christian[1] Observances Service of worship or Mass Marking of an ash cross on the forehead Date Wednesday in seventh week before Easter 2013 date February 13 2014 date March 5 2015 date February 18 2016 date February 10 Frequency annual Related to Shrove Tuesday/Mardi Gras Lent Easter Liturgical year Western Advent Christmastide Ordinary Time Septuagesima/Pre-Lent/Shrovetide Lent Holy Week Paschal Triduum Eastertide Pentecost Ordinary Time Eastern Nativity Fast […]

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Pentecost

This article is about the Christian holiday. For the Jewish holiday, see Shavuot. For other uses, see Pentecost (disambiguation). Pentecost An icon of the Christian Pentecost, in the Greek Orthodox tradition. This is the Icon of the Descent of the Holy Spirit on the Apostles. At the bottom is an allegorical figure, called Kosmos, which symbolizes the world. Observed by Roman Catholics, Protestants, Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, Anglicans and other Christians. Type Christian Significance Celebrates the descent of the Holy Spirit […]

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Eastertide

Liturgical year Western Advent Christmastide Ordinary Time Septuagesima/Pre-Lent/Shrovetide Lent Holy Week Paschal Triduum Eastertide Pentecost Ordinary Time Eastern Nativity Fast Christmastide Ordinary Time Septuagesima/Pre-Great Lent Great Lent Eastertide Apostles’ Fast Ordinary Time Eastertide (or the Easter Season, Paschal Time, Paschal Tide or Paschaltide) is a festal season in the liturgical year of Christianity that begins on Easter Sunday.[1] Contents 1 In Western Christianity 2 In Eastern Christianity 3 See also 4 References 5 External links In Western Christianity[edit] Eastertide is […]

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Holy Week

For the 1953 novel of the same name by Louis Aragon, see La Semaine Sainte. For the 1995 Polish film, see Holy Week (film). For the 2002 film, see Semana santa (film). The entry of Jesus into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week. Liturgical year Western Advent Christmastide Ordinary Time Septuagesima/Pre-Lent/Shrovetide Lent Holy Week Paschal Triduum Eastertide Pentecost Ordinary Time Eastern Nativity Fast Christmastide Ordinary Time Septuagesima/Pre-Great Lent Great Lent Eastertide Apostles’ Fast Ordinary Time Holy […]

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