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  CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Ecclesiastical Feasts
Feast Days, or Holy Days, are days which are celebrated in commemoration of the sacred mysteries and events recorded in the history of our redemption, in memory of the Virgin Mother of Christ, or of His
feasts of a higher rank are the duplicia majora (introduced by Clement VIII), the duplicia secundae classis and the duplicia primae classis.
feasts has been determined by a decree of the Sacred Congregation of Rites (22 Aug., 1893), and is found in the introduction to the Roman Breviary.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/06021b.htm   (1638 words)

  Festival - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Among many religions, a feast or festival is a set of celebrations in honour of God or gods.
A feast and a festival are historically interchangeable.
Feast first came into usage as a noun circa 1200, and feast was used as a verb circa 1300.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Feast   (723 words)

 Encyclopedia Article: The Nineteen Day Feast
The modern form of the feast arose during the ministry of Shoghi Effendi and parallels the rise of the modern local spiritual assembly.
The feast is to consist of three parts: first, devotional, consisting of readings from the Baha'i sacred writings; second, a general community meeting, at which the local spiritual assembly and the community can consult; and third, a social meeting, at which food is served.
Although the three-part format of the feast is observed everywhere in the Baha'i world, there is considerable variation in the details of the programme among countries, communities and even individual hosts, a diversity encouraged by the Universal House of Justice.
www.bahai-library.com /encyclopedia/feast.html   (2037 words)

 Calendar of saints - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This calendar system, when combined with major church festivals and movable and immovable feasts, constructs a very human and personalised yet often localised way of organising the year and identifying dates.
Many children acquire baptismal or confirmational names from the saint associated with their date of birth, baptism or confirmation, and believing Eastern Orthodox Christians (and in some countries, Roman Catholics) mark the "name day" (namesday) of the saint whose name they bear with special attention, often instead of birthday celebrations.
In the Roman Catholic Church, from most to least importance, these are solemnities, feasts, memorials, and optional memorials.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Feast_day   (423 words)

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Pagan feasts in honor of the earth, the coming of spring, the reaping of the harvest, were given a Christian connotation; the ancient fire and water worship of pagan times became the blessing of water and the lighting of fires in Christian worship.
The first feast in February is that of Saint Bridget, known lovingly in her own land as "Mary of the Gael." According to the scholars the name is rightly Brigit, but the common spelling is Bridget, and hers is the name borne by more girls in Ireland than any save one, that of Mary.
For Christians it became the feast of Saint Walburga, the daughter of a Saxon king of the eighth century, who went to Germany at the call of her uncle, Saint Boniface, to aid in the work of evangelizing the Germanic tribes and remained to found and rule monasteries and convents.
www.ewtn.com /library/FAMILY/FSTDAY.TXT   (21754 words)

Feast cost is number of people divided by budget, or another way of looking at it is if you have $250.00 then that works out to $2.50 per person.
If you charge a $5 feast fee than you have about $500.00 to use for the overall feast cost (including rental of hall, food and everything else.) When planning the budget determine what your actual food cost will be after everything else is planned for, this will allow you to plan the menu.
The Feast Manager can be compared to the contemporary restaurateur, except for the fact that the restaurant is not open all the time, no ongoing staff, limited supplies, equipment and the location changes places.
www.rencentral.com /feb_mar_vol2/feastmanage.shtml   (1656 words)

 Feast (2005)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
It needs to be seen by the public to get an interest back in the dying horror genre.
There was never a moment where I dozed off, or started thinking about whether I'd left the stove on or not, which has happened so many times in films that have been released recently.
Feast HAS to make it to the main stream theaters!
www.imdb.com /title/tt0426459   (430 words)

 FEAST >> about
FEAST aims to reduce the barriers to co-operation, and to assist researchers and groups wishing to engage through the provision of information and training, guidance, and specifically targeted activities.
The FEAST Secretariat is located at The Australian National University, and is responsible for the delivery of all work programmes, under the supervision of the Executive Director, Dr Neil Hamilton.
FEAST is hosted by The Australian National University on behalf of Australia’s research community.
www.feast.org /?about   (1011 words)

 Patron Saints Index: Guardian Angels
The feast, celebrating the angels who helped bring us to God, began in many local calendars centuries ago, and was widley known by the 16th century.
Pope Paul V placed a feast venerating the angels on the general calendar on 27 September 1608.
Initially placed after the feast of Michael the Archangel, it was seen as a kind of supplement to that date.
www.catholicforum.com /saints/saintgak.htm   (372 words)

 Feasts of Tabernacles Sukkoth, Succoth, or Sukkot Messianic
Feasts of Tabernacles Sukkoth, Succoth, or Sukkot Messianic
The Feast of Tabernacles is a week-long autumn harvest festival.
Tabernacles is also known as the Feast of the Ingathering, Feast of the Booths, Sukkoth, Succoth, or Sukkot (variations in spellings occur because these words are transliterations of the Hebrew word pronounced “Sue-coat”).
www.biblicalholidays.com /tabernacles.htm   (853 words)

 Cariadoc's Miscellany: To Make a Feast
What the chart does is to show you whether or not it is possible to cook the feast you have planned in the kitchen you are using, and where problems are likely to occur.
After the practice feast is over and you and the other cooks have finished discussing its implications, you are ready for the final stage of planning.
The cooking of the feast will probably begin before the event; if you are making mead, it may be a week, a month, or a year before.
www.pbm.com /~lindahl/cariadoc/to_make_a_feast.html   (3519 words)

 Books at Random House of Canada | Feast by Nigella Lawson
A feast for both the eyes and the senses, written with Nigella Lawson’s characteristic flair and passion, Feast: Food that Celebrates Life is a major book in the style of her classic How to Eat, applying Nigella’s “Pleasures and Principles of Good Food” to the celebrations and special occasions of life.
Her recipes are rich and motherly and sustaining and sexy, just as she is. The finished dishes gleam up from the photographs, not artful, glossy and precise as if they had been made by a team of home economists and food stylists, but artless, homely and natural, as they would appear in our own kitchens….
Feast, like so much of Lawson’s work, is a voluptuous and delicious piece of food writing….
www.randomhouse.ca /catalog/display.pperl?0676974120   (581 words)

 Feast of the Hunters' Moon
The Feast of the Hunters' Moon is a re-creation of the annual fall gathering of the French and Native Americans which took place Fort Ouiatenon, a fur-trading outpost in the mid - 1700s.
Location: The Feast of the Hunters’ Moon is held on the grounds of Fort Ouiatenon Historic Park, a primitive country setting on South River Road, four miles southwest of West Lafayette Indiana.
Please note that the terrain of the Feast grounds is uneven.
www.tcha.mus.in.us /feast.htm   (552 words)

 Bahá'í Nineteen Day Feast
Open to both adults and children, the Nineteen Day Feast is the regular gathering that promotes and sustains the unity of the local Bahá'í community.
The use of the word "feast" might seem to imply that a large meal will be served.
While food and beverages are usually served, the term itself is meant to suggest that the community should enjoy a "spiritual feast" of worship, companionship and unity.
www.upliftingwords.org /feast.htm   (264 words)

 Moveable Feast   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Ride for the Feast is an intense, two day, 160+ mile bike ride from Rehoboth, Deleware to Baltimore, MD to raise funds and awareness for Moveable Feast.
Ride For The Feast announced today the Ride For The Feast Concert in the Park and Closing Ceremony, to be held May 23 in Patterson Park.
This is the second annual Ride for the Feast, a two-day trek from Rehoboth Beach, DE to Baltimore City, MD which will take place on May 22 and 23.
www.mfeast.org /events   (473 words)

 FEAST Projects - Brief Introduction
This is illustrated by, for example, the FEAST use of simulation models to assess the impact of alternative evolution strategies [kah01].
Despite the fact that the systems analysed came from diverse application and implementation domains and that they displayed some differences in the detail of their evolutionary behaviour, the general behaviour was remarkably similar, largely replicating that observed in the 1970s studies [leh85].
The FEAST projects were limited to a study of what could be termed the classical software process as variously practised in industry for the last forty years or so.
wwwhomes.doc.ic.ac.uk /~mml/feast   (1498 words)

COMMENT: The seven days of the Feast of Tabernacles are like the seven days of the ancient marriage feast and are a type of the marriage of Christ and His Bride the Church.
The Feast of Tabernacles, besides being called the Feast of Ingathering, is sometimes called the Feast of Booths.
But just as the Feast of Tabernacles is a physical feast filled with rejoicing, it is also a spiritual feast of education and preparation.
www.cgca.net /pabco/lesson30.htm   (7976 words)

 Amazon.com: Feast: Food to Celebrate Life: Books: Nigella Lawson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Written in the tradition of Nigella Bites and How to Eat, Feast is a cookbook for the sensualist that wants to eat very well, but also wants to spend time enjoying the company of their guests instead of struggling with the creation of the meal.
Each chapter begins with an overview of that particular "Feast." Generally, there is a personal story and experience told, an overview of the cultural importance of the feast, and a description of foods that are associated with each occasion.
In "Feast", Nigella Lawson not only explores how food is used to celebrate life through a diverse range of cultures and traditions - she also reveals herself as one of the finest and most moving food writers since MFK Fisher.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1401301363?v=glance   (2315 words)

 Feast | Fantastic Fest! :: October 6-9, 2005 - Austin, Texas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
I must say, I thought FEAST was going to be bad, but a good kind of bad.
FEAST delivers the goods and I am proud to tell y'all.
If the audience was any indication then I am not the only one that jumped, laughed and cringed at the lovely and twisted tapestry that Mr.
www.fantasticfest.com /feast.php   (626 words)

 A Feast For The Eyes - Feasts & Feasting
Feast scene; a lavish spectacle presented by Charles V. Feast scene; noblemen and knights.
Feast scene; a king and queen are entertained by a female drummer.
Feast scene representing The Supper of the Lamb, 12th century.
www.godecookery.com /afeast/feasts/feasts.html   (237 words)

 anaba: FEAST... Against the World
Feast (I'm not sure if it needs to be capitalized or not) is a six-member artist collective consisting of Terral Bolton, Terry Brown, Sherry Griffin, C.J. Hawn, Stephanie Lundy, and Chris Norris.
Most of the work in this show is photography - but consider Feast a campy conceptual performance group.
FYI - Paulette Roberts-Pullen has written about the Feast show and two other local photography shows in the current Style Weekly.
anaba.blogspot.com /2005/06/feast-against-world.html   (287 words)

 Turtle Island Foods, Tofurky Meals
Have a bird-free feast, but with all the flavor and trimmings you've always enjoyed.
The Tofurky Roast is a pre-cooked vegetarian feast designed to be the delicious centerpiece of your holiday or everyday meal.
This gravy, which is sold separately and with the Tofurky Feast, makes an excellent topping for potatoes, rice or other side dishes any time of the year.
www.tofurky.com /products/tofurkyfeasts.htm   (546 words)

 Feast Site Locations - 2005   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Rather than pass that increase on to the feast attendees and possibly have them exceed their budget the church picked up the difference.
Using the Feast Information Form and sending it in early and utilizing the listed housing establishments are especially necessary at sites where the guaranteed minimums are hard to meet [Seaside, Oregon and Monterey, California].
Since we do not have any pre-set arrangements with hotels or motels, each one is responsible to make his or her own reservations.
www.cbcg.org /feast_sites_2k4.htm   (3780 words)

 Feast of St. Joseph - Italiansrus.com
In addition to the feast it is also considered to be Father's Day in Italy.
They prepared a giant feast in which everyone was invited including the poor.
Joseph is a patron saint to many and he is recognized by having two feast days: March 19 for Joseph the Husband of Mary and May 1 for Joseph the worker.
www.italiansrus.com /articles/stjoseph.htm   (343 words)

 Feast - Rotten Tomatoes
"Feast" is the highly anticipated horror movie whose inception and production was made possible and documented by the third season of the hit show "Project Greenlight" on the Bravo network.
Feast does a good job of sending up the genre while maintaining its horror cred.
Feast does all the things other movies are afraid to, even Scream.
www.rottentomatoes.com /m/feast   (793 words)

 Feast Bistro of Ojai - Home
Feast Bistro’s Anniversary Party, Sunday February 25, 2007
Feast Bistro: A warm downtown nook with an eclectic menu:
Feast Bistro protects your health and your environment: our food is trans fat-free -- we use organic produce and meats whenever possible -- and our cooking oils are recycled and used as biodiesel by a local farmer.
www.feastofojai.com   (177 words)

 Feast Festival 2006 | theater | cabaret | literature | film | visual arts | forums and community
Please check out the festival wrap article on Feast News for details of the 2006 festival.
Feast Festival is the most anticipated lesbian and gay event in Adelaide.
But Feast is an all year round event!
www.feast.org.au   (156 words)

 FEAST — Forum for European-Australian Science and Technology cooperation
FEAST — Forum for European-Australian Science and Technology cooperation
FEAST is the organisation established to highlight, promote, and facilitate research collaboration between the European and Australian research communities
FEAST is hosted by The Australian National University on behalf of Australia’s research community.
www.feast.org   (625 words)

 The Food & Drink Network - Feast.net   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
welcome to feast - the food & drink network
We at FEAST gather and share information to educate, celebrate and inspire people about our exciting British Food Culture.
Are you looking to find out more about your food and where it comes from or are you wanting to buy a foodie gift?
www.feastnet.net   (123 words)

 ABC 7 News - Yosemite's Holiday Feast Marks 80 Years   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Guests decked out in evening wear sat in near darkness as singers wearing brocade, furs and sequined pantaloons pranced into the Ahwahnee's dining room.
"Let the feast begin!" boomed Lord Merrick, aka Squire Bracebridge, played by San Francisco actor Michael McCarty.
Like any production, the dinner has had its share of glitches, cast and crew said.
www.wjla.com /news/stories/1206/382558.html   (704 words)

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