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5 Liturgical Seasons in order (include both ordinary times)

Advent, Christmas, Ordinary Time, Lent, Easter, and Ordinary Time

St. Athanasius' facts

May 2, Easter Week 2, Memorial

St. Albert the Great's facts

November 15, Ordinary Time Week 33, Optional Memorial

St. Juan Diego's facts

December 9, Advent Week 2, Optional Memorial

St. Katharine Drexel's facts

March 3, Ordinary Time Week 8, Optional Memorial (US)

St. Irenaeus' facts

June 28, Ordinary Time Week 13, Memorial

St. Agnes' facts

January 21, Ordinary Time Week 2, Memorial

Why does the Church begin with Advent?

We need Christ to be born before we hear his words.

What is the purpose of Advent?

We wait for the coming of Christ

What is emphasized on each Sunday of Advent

1st-Second Coming, 2nd-Waiting, 3rd-JOY, 4th-Isiah's Prophesy

What Date does Christmas occur each year

December 25 Week 3

What Pagan feast did Christmas Replace

The Feast of the Sun God

How is Mary a shining example of how we should live our lives durring Christmas and every day of our lives

She said yes to God even though she could have said no so we should say yes to God

What date is the Epiphany traditionally celebrated? What group of men meet Jesus on that day

January 6th, The Magi

What was the first thing to be celebrated by the early Christians, on which day?

Easter, on Sunday

With what does Lent begin

Ash Wednesday

How Many weeks of Lent are there

6 weeks

On what day do we celebrate the Washing of The Feet

Holy Thursday

On what day did Christ die

Good Friday

On what day do we mourn of Christ's death

Holy Saturday

What Happens on Ascension Thursday

Christ Ascends into Heaven and sits at the Right Hand of his Father

What and to whom is released on Pentecost

The Holy Spirit is released to the Apostles

How Many Sundays are there In Ordinary Time. What is the 1st and what is the Last

34 Sundays, 1st-Baptism of The Lord And the last is the Feast of Christ the King

How is Ordinary Time broken up

Weeks 1-9: End of Christmas to Ash Wednesday
Weeks10-34: End of Easter to Beggining of Advent

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