Christian feast celebrating the Presentation of Christ in the Temple and the Purification of Mary 40 days after Jesus’ birth. The festival is called Candlemas because traditionally all the candles for use in the church in the year to come were blessed.

Christian feast celebrating the Presentation of Christ in the Temple and the Purification of Mary 40 days after Jesus’ birth. The festival is called Candlemas because traditionally all the candles for use in the church in the year to come were blessed.

The history of All Saints Day and All Souls Day, including reflections on why the Church celebrates this feast, who the saints are and how they pray for us.

The history of All Saints Day and All Souls Day, including reflections on why the Church celebrates this feast, who the saints are and how they pray for us.

St. Joseph Day Prayer Card | Invoke the blessings of St. Joseph, the husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the foster-father of Jesus Christ, with a card that honors the day, March 19.

St. Joseph Day Prayer

St. Joseph Day Prayer Card | Invoke the blessings of St. Joseph, the husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the foster-father of Jesus Christ, with a card that honors the day, March 19.

The Feast of the Ascension and the Novena to the Holy Spirit

The Ascension of Jesus & the Holy Spirit Novena to Pentecost

St. George's Feast Day April 23rd. Dragon cake. Catholic family

St. George's Feast Day April 23rd. Dragon cake. Catholic family

From the kitchen of One Perfect Bite... Christmas celebrations in Sweden  begin with the feast of St. Lucia on the 13th of December. Luci...

From the kitchen of One Perfect Bite... Christmas celebrations in Sweden begin with the feast of St. Lucia on the 13th of December. Luci...

Feast of the Purification (Candlemas)

Feast of the Purification (Candlemas)

Elul is the last month of the Jewish Year, and a time of reflection on one’s progress in the spiritual journey,  to review one’s deeds and to prepare for the imminent “Days of Awe” of Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur.

Elul is the last month of the Jewish Year, and a time of reflection on one’s progress in the spiritual journey, to review one’s deeds and to prepare for the imminent “Days of Awe” of Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur.

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