Feasts

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Sants - Culture - Feasts
... The most famous feast is the Festa Major, which is celebrated yearly in honor of the patron saint, Bartholomew the Apostle ... During the week-long feast, the traffic is cut off in several parts of the neighborhood, where multiple popular activities are organized outdoors ... Another feast, the Festa Alternativa, is celebrated simultaneously with great success ...
Tridentine Calendar - Some of Pope Pius V's Alterations of The Existing Roman Calendar
... of Siena or Elizabeth of Hungary, nor any anatomical feasts, such as that of the Stigmata of Saint Francis of Assisi, or the Precious Blood or the Five ... He removed the word "Immaculate" from the title of the 8 December feast of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, abolished the previously existing special Mass for that day, whose Introit and Collect ... He raised to the rank of double the feasts of the four Eastern Saints Athanasius of Alexandria, Basil of Caesarea, John Chrysostom and Gregory of Nazianzus, and, while he did not give them the title of Doctor of ...
Libagon, Southern Leyte - People and Culture - Religion - Feasts
... Other main Catholic holy days, including the local feasts of barangays, are observed throughout the year ... fiesta on the 8th of December, every 16 of July, rain or shine, Libagonians also celebrate the feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel ... The day after the feast, the traditional Pangilis is held ...
Marian Feast Days - Feast Days in The Eastern Orthodox Church
... Among the most prominent Marian feast days in the Eastern Orthodox and Greek-Catholic liturgical calendars are February 2 Purification of the Most Holy Theotokos March 25 ... Minor feasts are in regular face ...
Marian Feast Days - History and Development - Early History
... The earliest feasts that relate to Mary grew out of the cycle of feasts that celebrated the Nativity of Jesus ... the Temple, Mary was purified according to Jewish customs, the Feast of the Purification began to be celebrated by the 5th century, and became the Feast of Simeon in Byzantium ... The origin of Marian feasts is lost to history ...