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feast and Annunciation
* In Annunciation Style dating the new year started on 25 March, the feast of the Annunciation.
Icon of the Annunciation, the most important feast day on the Liturgical calendar of the Orthodox Church | fixed calendar that can fall during Great Lent ( Church of St. Clement of Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia ).
Regardless of the rank of the feast being celebrated, the Lenten hymns contained in the Triodion are never omitted, but are always chanted in their entirety, even on the feast of the Annunciation.
The day after Shrove Tuesday was Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent when all were to abstain from eating and drinking certain things. 24 March: Lady Day or the feast of the Annunciation, the first of the Quarter Days on which rents and salaries were due and payable.
NOTE: In Eastern practice, should this feast fall during Holy Week or on Pascha itself, the feast of the Annunciation is not transferred to another day.
There were four great fairs which coincided with the main feast days of the Virgin: the Presentation, the Annunciation, the Assumption and the Nativity.
Dates in March, coinciding with the spring equinox, or commemorating the Annunciation of Jesus, along with a variety of Christian feast dates were used throughout the Middle Ages, though calendars often continued to display the months in columns running from January to December.
The feast of St. Dismas is on the 25th of March, shared with the feast of The Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
In 1955, Midsummer day was moved to the Saturday following 19 June, the feast of the Annunciation to the Sunday following 21 March ( or, if this coincides with Easter or with Palm Sunday, the Sunday before Palm Sunday ), and All Saints ' Day to the Saturday following 30 October.
The feast of the Annunciation is usually held on March 25 ; it is moved in the Catholic Church, Anglican and Lutheran liturgical calendars when this date would fall during Holy Week or Easter Week or on a Sunday.
The Eastern Orthodox Church, Oriental Orthodoxy and Eastern Catholic Churches do not move the feast, having special combined liturgies for those years when the Annunciation coincides with another feast ; in fact in these churches a Divine Liturgy is celebrated on Good Friday when it coincides with the Annunciation.
The first certain mentions of the feast are in a canon, of the Council of Toledo ( 656 ), where it is described as celebrated throughout the church., and another of the Council of Constantinople " in Trullo " ( 692 ), forbidding the celebration of any festivals during Lent, excepting the Lord's Day ( Sunday ) and the Feast of the Annunciation.
The foundation stone for the new brick church was placed on on March 25, 1343, the feast of the Annunciation.
* The Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts ( which has no Consecration of the Gifts but distributes the Holy Mysteries from a Lamb sanctified in advance, always as a Vespers ( Liturgies on fast days always being served in conjunction with the office of vespers ) is celebrated only on certain weekdays of Great Lent: on Wednesdays, Fridays and any of the more important feast days which may occur ( however, if the Great Feast of the Annunciation occurs on a weekday of Great Lent, the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom is celebrated ).
A key part of Ħal Tarxien culture is the feast of the Annunciation, whose feast is celebrated in late May or first Sunday of June.
He composed the chorale cantata in 1725 in Leipzig for the feast of the Annunciation and first performed it on 25 March 1725.

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After his full sister Tamar was raped by Amnon, their half-brother and David's eldest son, Absalom waited two years and avenged her by sending his servants to murder Amnon at a feast to which he had invited all the king's sons.
Two years later, to avenge his sister, Absalom, Amnon's half-brother and Tamar's full brother, sent his servants to kill Amnon at a feast to which he had invited all the king's sons.
The feast was also known as Céad Shamhain or Cétshamhainin from which the word Céitean derives.
The most notable alteration is the shortening of most feasts from nine to three lessons at Matins, keeping only the Scripture readings ( the former lesson i, then lessons ii and iii together ), followed by either the first part of the patristic reading ( lesson vii ) or, for most feasts, a condensed version of the former second Nocturn, which was formerly used when a feast was reduced in rank and commemorated.
The saint is assigned a feast day which may be celebrated anywhere within the Catholic Church, although it may or may not appear on the general calendar or local calendars as an obligatory feast, parish churches may be built in his or her honor, and the faithful may freely and without restriction celebrate and honor the saint.
When it was added in 1597, it was put on the day of her death, April 29, as now, but because of a conflict with the feast of Saint Peter of Verona, which was also on April 29, it was moved in 1628 to the new date of April 30.
Another exception is Russian, in which the name of the feast, Пасха ( Paskha ), is a borrowing of the Greek form via Old Church Slavonic.
The expression The Lord's Supper, derived from St. Paul's usage in, may have originally referred to the Agape feast, the shared communal meal with which the Eucharist was originally associated.
Among the Oriental Orthodox, a variety of anaphoras are used, but all are similar in structure to those of the Constantinopolitan Rite, in which the Anaphora of Saint John Chrysostom is used most days of the year ; Saint Basil's is offered on the Sundays of Great Lent, the eves of Christmas and Theophany, Holy Thursday, Holy Saturday, and upon his feast day ( 1 January ).
His feast day is celebrated on 28 January and on the Saturday of the Venerable Fathers ( Cheesefare Saturday ), which is the Saturday before the beginning of Great Lent.
The theme of this year's feast was Mon ' xa Xrixtticho Korar Jieum-ia, Sam Fransisk Xavierak Man Dium-Ya, based on the Archdiocese of Goa and Damão's archbishops pastoral letter, Mon ' xa Xrixtticho Korar, Deva Mogacho Rupkar which in English roughly means " Covenant between Man and Nature Divine Love's Manifestation ".
The 10. 30 AM mass is the solemn feast high Mass, which will most likely be celebrated by the Apostolic Nuncio to India, Archbishop Salvatore Penacchio.
He is " old " because of the antiquity of the feast itself, which its defenders saw as a good old Christian custom that should be kept.
" Mastellen " are also called " Saint Hubert bread ", because on the Saint's feast day, which is 3 November, the bakers bring their batches to the early Mass to be blessed.
The occasion for the drunken banquets at which these oaths were made was December 25, the pagan feast of Jul: Bishop Hincmar, in 858, sought vainly to Christianize them.
The Eastern Orthodox Church and the Eastern Catholic Churches celebrate two feast days in honor of Gregory: January 25 as his primary feast and January 30, known as the feast of the Three Great Hierarchs, which commemorates him along with John Chrysoston and Basil of Caesarea.
He is commemorated on the Eastern Orthodox liturgical calendar, with a feast day on October 17 ( for those churches which follow the Julian Calendar, October 17 currently falls on October 30 of the modern Gregorian Calendar ).
In the Roman Catholic Church, the twelve minor prophets are read in the Breviary during the fourth and fifth weeks of November, which are the last two weeks of the liturgical year, and his feast day is January 15.
There are several feast days throughout the year on which Saint Herman of Alaska is commemorated.
With his bull Cum praeexcelsa of 28 February 1477, in which he referred to the feast as that of the Conception of Mary, without using the word " Immaculate ", he granted indulgences to those who would participate in the specially composed Mass or Office on the feast itself or during its octave, and he used the word " immaculate " of Mary, but applied instead the adjective " miraculous " to her conception.

feast and commemorates
The ninth century Stowe Missal commemorates his feast day, along with Mellitus and Laurence.
The feast commemorates Jesus ' triumphal entry into Jerusalem, an event mentioned in all four canonical Gospels.
The 1962 calendar includes a second feast on 28 January, which commemorates her birthday.
King Stephen died on the feast day which commemorates the bodily assumption into heaven of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Feast of the Assumption on 15 August, in the year 1038, at Esztergom-Szentkirály or Székesfehérvár, where he was buried.
The Coptic Church commemorates him with a feast day on December 28.
Jesus underwent Jewish circumcision, here depicted in a Catholic cathedral ; a Feast of the Circumcision | liturgical feast commemorates this on New Year's Day
The Jewish feast of Hanukkah (" Dedication ") commemorates the restoration of Jewish worship at the temple in Jerusalem in 165 BCE, after Judah Maccabee removed the Hellenistic statuary.
In Eastern Christianity ( the Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox and Eastern Catholic churches ), the Great Feast of Theophany ( Epiphany ) on 6 January is considered a higher-ranked feast than the Nativity ( Christmas ), and commemorates the Baptism of Jesus rather than the arrival of the Wise Men.
The Nativity of Christ is a three-day celebration: the formal title of the first day is " The Nativity According to the Flesh of our Lord, God and Saviour Jesus Christ ", and celebrates not only the Nativity of Jesus, but also the Adoration of the Shepherds of Bethlehem and the arrival of the Maji ; the second day is referred to as the " Synaxis of the Theotokos ", and commemorates the role of the Virgin Mary in the Incarnation ; the third day is known as the " Third Day of the Nativity ", and is also the feast day of the Protodeacon and Protomartyr Saint Stephen.
In Orthodox Christian tradition, the feast commemorates the baptism of Christ by John the Baptist, which is considered a theophany.
Epiphany is celebrated by both the Eastern and Western Churches, but a major difference between them is precisely which events the feast commemorates.
For Western Christians, the feast primarily commemorates the coming of the Magi, with only a minor reference to the baptism of Jesus and the miracle at the Wedding at Cana.
In Finland, Sweden, and Bavaria, her feast day commemorates the transfer of her relics on 1 May.
Christmas Sunday usually coincides with the " Sunday After the Nativity " feast day that commemorates King David, Saint Joseph ( who is called " Joseph the Betrothed "), and James the Brother of the Lord.
The state recognizes two Muslim feast days as official holidays: Eid ul-Fitr ( Öröz Ayt ), which ends Ramadan, and Eid ul-Adha ( Kurban Ayt ), which commemorates Ibrahim's willingness to sacrifice his son.
The procession during the January 9 feast commemorates the Translación, referring to the transfer of the image to its present shrine in Quiapo church.
The apolytikion could be compared in the Western liturgy to the collect or post-communion, inasmuch as it changes for each feast-day of the year and specifically commemorates the subject of the feast.
The parish feast is celebrated on the 17th of September which commemorates the impression of the stigmata on St Francis.
The Feast of the Intercession is a religious holy day or feast day of the Russian Orthodox Church, which " commemorates an event when an elderly man from the congregation suddenly envisioned the Virgin Mary who stood above the praying people in the air and spread her shroud over them in protection against a Slavic army besieging Constantinople.

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