Feast Day

  • (noun): A day designated for feasting.
    Synonyms: fete day

Some articles on feast day, day, feast, days:

Church Of The Nativity Of The Most Holy Theotokos, Novaci - Feast Day
... The feast day of the church and the whole village of Novaci is the day of the nativity of the Virgin Mary, September 21 (Gregorian calendar) or September 8 (Julian calendar) ...
Peter, Andrew, Paul, And Denise - Feast Day
... The feast day of these saints is observed in the Roman Catholic Church on May 15, and in the Eastern Orthodox Church on May 18 (for those churches which follow the traditional Julian Calendar, May 18 falls ...
Succat - Sainthood and Modern Remembrance
... Patrick's Day, is believed to be his death date and is the date celebrated as his feast day ... The day became a feast day in the universal church due to the influence of the Waterford-born Franciscan scholar Luke Wadding, as a member of the commission for the reform of the Breviary in ... Patrick is honored with a feast day on the liturgical calendar of the Episcopal Church (USA) and with a commemoration on the calendar of Evangelical Lutheran Worship, both on March 17 ...
Life-giving Spring - Feast Day
... The feast day is observed on Bright Friday, that is, the Friday following Pascha (Easter) ... It is the only feast day which may be celebrated during Bright Week, as all other commemorations which happen to fall during this time are usually transferred ... The propers (hymns and prayers) of the feast are combined with the Paschal hymns, and there is often a Lesser Blessing of Waters performed after the Divine ...
Pontifical University Of Saint Thomas Aquinas - General Information - Angelicum Traditions and Annual Events
... Thomas Aquinas Traditionally on 7 March, the pre Vatican II feast day and death anniversary of St ... when Pope Clement VI granted to those visiting a church of the Dominican Order on 7 March the feast of St ... Thomas Aquinas the remission of one year and forty days of purgatory ...

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