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  Sunday - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sunday is considered either the first or the seventh day of the week, between Saturday and Monday, and the second day of the weekend in some cultures.
Sunday was declared the day of worship by the Council of Nicea circa 325 A.D. Groups that accepted the authority of that Council have kept Sunday ever since.
Septuagesima Sunday, before 1970, was the third from the last Sunday before Lent.
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 Septuagesima - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Septuagesima (in full, Septuagesima Sunday) is the name given to the third from the last Sunday before Lent in the Roman Catholic and Anglican churches.
Some have theorized, however, that Septuagesima may have been added to the liturgical calendar to commemorate the Babylonian Captivity, which lasted 70 years (there is evidence that some early Christians began fasting 70 days before Easter, but whether that custom originated from this is not entirely clear).
Pursuant to the terms of the new liturgical calendar adopted after the Second Vatican Council, Septuagesima, Sexagesima and Quinquagesima Sundays were dropped from the Novus Ordo-based calendar and the period encompassing them was added to the installment of Ordinary Time after Epiphany.
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 Sunday - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Sunday is the day of the week between Saturday and Monday.
Sunday is sometimes held to be the last day of the week (especially in modern Europe and South America - except Brazil), and sometimes the first day (a traditional view derived from ancient Jews and ancient Egyptians).
Sunday is the second day of the weekend and is a holiday in lands of Christian tradition, the day Christians most commonly attend church.
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 Septuagesima
Septuagesima is the ninth Sunday before Easter, the third before Lent known among the Greeks as "Sunday of the Prodigal" from the Gospel, Luke, xv, which they read on this day, called also Dominica Circumdederunt by the Latins, from the first word of the Introit of the Mass.
Why the day (or the week, or the period) has the name Septuagesima, and the next Sunday Sexagesima, etc., is a matter of dispute among writers.
Septuagesima is today inaugurated in the Roman Martyrology by the words: "Septuagesima Sunday, on which the canticle of the Lord, Alleluja, ceases to be said".
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 LM
Septuagesima Sunday was the first Sunday of the Pre-Lenten season.
Septuagesima Sunday and Sexagesima Sunday may have been reckoned from Quinquagesima Sunday, which was exactly fifty days before Easter.
The Sundays of the Pre-Lenten season last appeared in the 1928 BCP of the Episcopal Church.
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 Septuagesima Overview   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Septuagesima and Lent are both times of penance, Septuagesima being a time of voluntary fasting in preparation for the obligatory Great Fast of Lent -- but most often kept as a pre-Lenten Carnevale -- a time of getting celebrations out of one's system before the Great Fast.
Septuagesima means 70, and Septuagesima Sunday comes roughly 70 days before Easter.
Quadragesima means 40, and this is the first Sunday of Lent and the Latin name for the entire season of Lent.
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 S. Clement's Church: Jan. 2004 Newsletter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Sundays after Epiphany, which form the closing scenes of the Christmas act, should be viewed in their relation to the mystery of the Incarnation of the Son of God, for upon this mystery the entire cycle of Christmas is concentrated.
It is true that many do not consider the Sundays from the third to the sixth after Epiphany as having a character strictly in harmony with the Christmas cycle or even with its closing part, the time after Epiphany.
Septuagesima Sunday draws back the curtain that conceals darkness within, only a faint glow of the coming Resurrection being visible in the distance far beyond.
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 The Latin Mass Society of Ireland
The period between Christmas and Septuagesima Sunday is known as Christmastide.
Excluding Sundays - which are never days of fasting - it lasts 40 days, in imitation of Christ's fast in the desert (recounted in the Gospel of the first Sunday of Lent).
Paschaltide, which begins on Easter Sunday, runs for 50 days and is followed by the feast of Pentecost (or Whitsunday), which marks the start of the Season after Pentecost.
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 Medieval Sourcebook: The Golden Legend: Septuagesima (Vol 1)
The Septuagesima was instituted for three reasons; like as Master John Beleth putteth in the office of the Church.
And in the Saturday after Easter in which Septuagesima is complete, we sing double alleluia, in figuring the plain gladness that they had when they were returned into their country.
And because that Septuagesima signifieth the time of our captivity, the remedy is proposed to us by which we may be, delivered, in flying the misery by running, by victory in fighting, and by the penny in us ayenbyeng.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/basis/goldenlegend/GL-vol1-septuagesima.html   (1071 words)

  
 Annie's Easter History Page
It is celebrated on a Sunday on varying dates between March 22 and April 25 and is therefore called a movable feast.
The dates of several other ecclesiastical festivals, extending over a period between Septuagesima Sunday (the ninth Sunday before Easter) and the first Sunday of Advent, are fixed in relation to the date of Easter.
This Sunday is sometimes called Forgiveness Sunday because at the end of the service worshipers ask the priest and one another for forgiveness for their sins.
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 Septuagesima Sunday 8th Feb 2004
On this second Sunday of every month upon which Children's Church takes place there will be a BYO barbecue for anyone who would like to come.
Congratulations to Elizabeth Neaum who celebrates her birthday on Sunday the 8th of Feb. and to Joan Harder for Monday the 9th.
On the Second Sunday of each month, starting today, there is a BBQ for all who would like to attend.
users.tpg.com.au /users/aneaum/pewsheets/8th_Feb_2004_Septuagesima_Sunday.htm   (1897 words)

  
 PenaceMustIncrease
The season introduced by Septuagesima Sunday is given us by the Tradition of Holy Mother Church to prepare us for the rigors of the forty days of Lent, which will begin in earnest on Ash Wednesday, February 9, 2005.
The liturgical calendar is such this particular year that the season of Septuagesima impinges on the joy of the Christmas season, which does not end until the Feast of the Purification of Our Lady, February 2, 2005.
The season that commenced on Septuagesima Sunday and continues today on Sexagesima Sunday reminds us that we must live in accord with the liturgical calendar of the Church, thus placing what should be an habitual spirit of penance into a higher state of assiduous and faithful practice.
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 SEPTUAGESIMA.
"During the age of the persecutions it was scarcely possible for Christians to observe any other festival than Sunday, and so it is not surprising that the two writers who have occasion to speak of the institution of the festivals of the Church, mention only Easter and Pentecost, both of which fall on a Sunday.
The way for this development had been prepared by the season of preparation for Easter, and the Sundays in the fifty days between Easter and Pentecost-- Quinquagesima--were marked with the festal character with which antiquity invested the whole period.
On the Saturday preceding Septuagesima two _alleluias_ are added to the Benedicamus and Deo Gratias, to intimate that the period of rejoicing in the Saviour's birth has passed.
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 Easter
In 2005, on the Gregorian calendar (Western Churches), Septuagesima Sunday falls on January 23rd, Ash Wednesday on February 9th, Easter on March 27th, and Pentecost on May 15th.
On the Julian calendar (Eastern Churches), Septuagesima Sunday falls on February 27th, Ash Wednesday on March 16th, Easter on May 1st, and Pentecost on June 19th.
The commemoration of the Crucifixion on Good Friday and of the Resurrection on Easter Sunday is the recognition of the central mysteries and promises of the religion: The forgiveness of sin and the enjoyment of eternal life.
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 DAILY PROPER (feb8pom.htm)
On these Sundays the Gloria in excelsis and Alleluia are omitted, except when the Mass of a Feast is said, and purple vestments are used.
Septuagesima Sunday supersedes the Double Feast of Saint John of Matha, Confessor and Religious Founder.
On Ferias when the Mass of the Sunday is said, the Gradual is said without the Tract or Alleluia.
www.dailycatholic.org /issue/04Feb/feb8pom.htm   (2183 words)

  
 http://www.TraditionalCatholic.net
A.D. 545, many pious ecclesiastics and lay persons of the primitive Church used to fast seventy days before Easter, and their fast was called, therefore, Septuagesima, a name which was afterwards retained to distinguish this Sunday from others.
The same was the case with the three following Sundays; many Christians beginning their fast sixty days before Easter, whence the name Sexagesima; others fifty days, whence Quinquagesima; others forty days, whence Quadragesima.
Alcuin and Amalarius say that the captivity of the Jews in Babylon first suggested it; for as the Jews were obliged to do penance seventy years, that they might thereby merit to return into the promised land, so Christians sought to regain the grace of God by fasting for seventy days.
www.traditionalcatholic.net /Scripture/Calendar/Septuagesima_Sunday.html   (1185 words)

  
 Adams County, MS Genealogical and Historical Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The collection last Sunday night to defray expenses for gas etc. during the Lenten season was $21.00 At the Veneration of the Cross on Good Friday for the Holy land $30.40.
The collection last Sunday night to defray expenses for gas etc. during the Lent was $17.65.
Your prayers are requested for the repose of the soul of Mary Koerber, may her soul and the souls of all the faithful departed rest in peace.
www.natchezbelle.org /adams-ind/ch_no3_3.htm   (17374 words)

  
 The Catholic Year I: Intro   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
This season lasts from 14 January to the vigil of Septuagesima Sunday (the ninth Sunday before Easter, which is the same as 3 Sundays before Ash Wednesday).
The three Sundays of this Season are referred to, respectively, as Septuagesima Sunday, Sexagesima Sunday, and Quinquagesima Sunday.
A Sunday of this Season is referred to as "(Second, Third, etc.) Sunday after Epiphany." Note, the first Sunday of this Season is the "Second Sunday after Epiphany," the "after Epiphany" referring to the Feast of the Epiphany, not to the Season.
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 Liturgical Calendar
The ecclesiastical year is the order of seasons and holy-days, beginining with the first Sunday of Advent and ending with the last Sunday after Pentecost, during which the Catholic Church commemorates in her public worship the mysteries and events of redemption.
This holy season begins with the first Sunday in Advent, and ends with the sixth Sunday after the Epiphany.
This holy season begins with Septuagesima Sunday, and ends at the vigil of Pentecost.
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 Movable Feasts
Septuagesima Sunday, on which the canticle of the Lord, Alleluia, ceaseth to be said.
Palm Sunday, when our Lord Jesus Christ, according to the prophecy of Zacharias, entered into Jerusalem, seated upon the foal of an ass, and was met by the multitude bearing palms.
The Sunday in White, and the Octave of the Pasch.
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 Septuagesima Sunday   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
If you look at some calendars of the Church Year, you will find that the three Sundays before Lent are not listed as Sundays after Epiphany, but rather as Septuagesima Sunday, Sexagesima Sunday and Quinquagesima Sunday.
These are the Three Sundays of Pre-Lent, and on them the theme of the readings and prayers is at least moderately penitential.
The Prayers found in the Liturgy for those three Sundays reflect the perilous times in which they were written.
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 Carnival
Most commonly the season began on Septuagesima Sunday, the third from the last Sunday before Ash Wednesday, but in some places it started as early as Twelveth night, continuing until Lent.
The celebration of Carnival ends on "Mardi Gras" (French for "Fat Tuesday", meaning Shrove Tuesday), the day before Ash Wednesday, when the rigours of Lent's 40 days of fasting and sacrifice begin.
Places especially noted for elaborate Carnival celebrations include Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Recife, and Olinda in Brazil, Venice in Italy, Nice in France, New Orleans and Mobile, Alabama in the USA, Trinidad in the West Indies, and Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Cádiz in Spain.
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During Passion time (two Sundays) we contemplate Jesus the Man of Sorrows in the depths of His suffering, His passion, death and burial.
During the Easter Season (five Sundays) we rejoice with all the joy of which the human heart is capable at the triumph and exaltation of our Head, Jesus Christ.
Finally come Pentecost and the Sundays after Pentecost (twenty-four) during which the seed of divine Life planted in us during our baptismal renewal at Easter is supposed to grow and bring forth good fruit unto the final harvest at General Judgment.
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 CNP Articles - Pre-Lent Traditions
It began on Septuagesima Sunday (meaning "seventy" days until Easter) and included Sexagesima Sunday and Quinquagesima Sunday, ending on the day before Ash Wednesday.
Septuagesima Sunday: I love you, O Lord, my strength, O Lord, my rock, my fortress, my deliverer.
On this same Sunday, the old practice of "burying the Alleluia" can be revived.
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