- Nearly every day the church remembers the repose of a martyr or a saint. Besides it celebrates the heavenly creatures feasts. etc.
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Ecclesiastical Feasts — Ecclesiastical Feasts † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ecclesiastical Feasts (Lat. Festum; Gr. heorte). Feast Days, or Holy Days, are days which are celebrated in commemoration of the sacred mysteries and events recorded in the history… … Catholic encyclopedia
Calendar of saints (Episcopal Church in the United States of America) — for example.The Episcopal Church publishes Lesser Feasts and Fasts, which contains feast days for the various men and women the Church wishes to honor. This book is updated every three years, and notable persons are added to the liturgical… … Wikipedia
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