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UNIT SIX Liturgical Year
I. Liturgical Seasons
Advent COLORS: Purple and Pink Purple- helps us prepare Pink- we rejoice! I. Liturgical Seasons A.
Advent PURPOSE: Prepare for Jesus to come! I. Liturgical Seasons A.
Advent WHEN: December, the four weeks before Christmas. I. Liturgical Seasons A.
Advent WHAT ELSE?: The beginning of the Church year. HAPPY NEW YEAR! I. Liturgical Seasons A.
Christmas COLORS: White and Gold! Symbol of Joy! I. Liturgical Seasons B.
Christmas PURPOSE: Celebrate birth of Jesus, and know that he is the Messiah! I. Liturgical Seasons B.
Christmas WHEN: December and January. The two weeks after Christmas Day. I. Liturgical Seasons B.
Christmas WHAT ELSE: Christmas isnt ONE DAY- its a couple of weeks! I. Liturgical Seasons B.
Lent COLORS: Purple Symbol of penance. I. Liturgical Seasons C.
Lent PURPOSE: Turn away from sin, and prepare for Easter. I. Liturgical Seasons C.
Lent WHEN: February, March, and/or April. It lasts about 40 days. I. Liturgical Seasons C.
Lent WHAT ELSE?: We pray, fast, and abstain from meat to prepare ourselves. I. Liturgical Seasons C.
Easter Triduum COLORS: White and red White to celebrate. Red to remember Jesus death. I. Liturgical Seasons D.
Easter Triduum PURPOSE: 3 Most important days! Celebrates Jesus Last Supper, death, and resurrection I. Liturgical Seasons D.
Easter Triduum WHEN: 3 days in March or April. I. Liturgical Seasons D.
Easter Triduum WHAT ELSE: THE MOST IMPORTANT SEASON! I. Liturgical Seasons D.
Easter COLORS: White and Gold! CELEBRATE NEW LIFE IN CHRIST! I. Liturgical Seasons E.
Easter PURPOSE: CELEBRATE JESUS RESURRECTION! I. Liturgical Seasons E.
Easter WHEN: March, April, and/or May. It lasts 50 days after Easter Sunday. I. Liturgical Seasons E.
Easter WHAT ELSE: THIS IS THE BIGGEST CELEBRATION OF THE YEAR! I. Liturgical Seasons E.
Ordinary Time COLORS: Green. Reminds us of our hope in God. I. Liturgical Seasons F.
Ordinary Time PURPOSE: Remember that God is always a part of our lives! I. Liturgical Seasons F.
Ordinary Time WHEN: Between Christmas and Lent, and between Easter and Advent. ITS A LONG TIME I. Liturgical Seasons F.
Ordinary Time WHAT ELSE: Called Ordinary because its numbered. ITS NOT BORING! I. Liturgical Seasons F.
II. Holy Days
Holy Days of Obligation 1. Immaculate Conception Mary was conceived without original sin December 8 Occurs in Advent II. Holy Days A.
Holy Days of Obligation 2. Christmas Jesus was born. December 25 1 st day of Christmas Season II. Holy Days A.
Holy Days of Obligation 3. Mary, Mother of God The Church named Mary the mother of God January 1 Christmas Season II. Holy Days A.
Holy Days of Obligation 4. Assumption Mary is taken into heaven, body and soul, at the end of her life August 15 Ordinary Time II. Holy Days A.
Holy Days of Obligation 5. All Saints Day Celebrates all holy men and women in the history of the Church November 1 Ordinary Time II. Holy Days A.
Other Holy Days 1. Holy Family Sunday Celebrates the family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph Sunday after Christmas Christmas Season II. Holy Days B.
Other Holy Days 2. Epiphany The three wise men visit Jesus and bring gold, frankincense, and myrrh 2 nd Sunday after Christmas Christmas Season II. Holy Days B.
Other Holy Days 3. Presentation of the Lord When Mary and Joseph present Jesus in the temple. February 2 nd Ordinary Time II. Holy Days B.
Other Holy Days 4. Ash Wednesday Celebrates the beginning of Lent, so we can turn away from sin Wednesday in February or March 1 st day of Lent II. Holy Days B.
Other Holy Days 5. Palm Sunday When everyone praised Jesus as he rode into Jerusalem before he died. Last Sunday in Lent Lent II. Holy Days B.
Other Holy Days 6. Holy Thursday Jesus celebrates the Last Supper and Eucharist (BIG CHEESE) with his disciples Thursday before Easter 1 st day of Easter Triduum II. Holy Days B.
Other Holy Days 7. Good Friday Jesus dies on the cross for us. Friday before Easter Easter Triduum II. Holy Days B.
Other Holy Days 8. Easter Sunday Jesus rose from the dead. WOOHOO! Sunday in March or April Easter Triduum II. Holy Days B.
Other Holy Days 9. Ascension Sunday Jesus ascends into heaven in front of his disciples. 6 weeks after Easter Sunday Easter Season II. Holy Days B.
Other Holy Days 10. Pentecost The Holy Spirit comes to the 12 apostles and makes them BRAVE! 7 weeks after Easter Sunday The last day of Easter Season II. Holy Days B.
Other Holy Days 11. Trinity Sunday Celebrates the mystery of how God is Father, Son, and Holy Spirit 1 week after the Pentecost. Ordinary Time II. Holy Days B.
Other Holy Days 12. All Souls Day Celebrates those who have died, especially in the past year. November 2nd Ordinary Time II. Holy Days B.
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