By Sr. Fidelis "Not so Ordinary" Time At the close of Pentecost, we enter into O…

By Sr. Fidelis #quot;Not so Ordinary#quot; Time At the close of Pentecost, we enter into Ordinary Time. Taken from the Late Latin word ordinalis, Ordinary denotes order, or place of succession. The Latin term for this period is Tempus per annum — time through the year. There are two periods of Ordinary Time in the church Calendar; the first is from the Feast of the Baptism of Christ, through to Ash Wednesday, and the second period, extends from the Monday after Pentecost to the First Sunday of Advent. [ 80 more words. ]

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Gregorian Chant: The Eternal Song
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Gregorian Chant: The Eternal Song June 1, 2015 By Sr. Fidelis “Not so Ordinary” Time At the close of Pentecost, we enter into Ordinary Time. Taken from the Late Latin word ordinalis, Ordinary denotes order, or place of succession. The Latin term for this period is Tempus per annum — time through the…

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