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Liturgical Calendar

The Liturgical Year

  • Liturgical Colours and Seasons
    The colour of the liturgical vestments changes from time to time. This is because the Church uses different colours to indicate the season or feast that is being celebrated.
  • Learning about Liturgical Seasons and Days
    The Liturgical Year is marked by special seasons: Advent, Christmas, Lent, The Paschal Triduum or
    Three Days, Easter, and Ordinary Time.

The Mass

Lent and Easter

  • What is Lent?
  • The Easter Story Part 1
    The cartoon version of the Easter story, straight from the Bible - Book of Mark chapters 15 and 16 (CEV).
  • The Easter Story Part 2
    The cartoon version of the Easter story, straight from the Bible - Book of Mark chapters 15 and 16 (CEV).
  • The Easter Story Part 3
    The cartoon version of the Easter story, straight from the Bible - Book of Mark chapters 15 and 16 (CEV). Jesus is alive!
  • The Paschal Mystery
    The Paschal Mystery – Jesus’ Life, Death and Resurrection – is a living reality for Christians.
 

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