Liturgical seasons

Discover the rich and meaningful liturgical seasons that guide the Christian faith. Explore the significance and traditions of each season to deepen your spiritual journey.
Ordinary Time Isn't Boring! Here's 5 Engaging Ways to Live Liturgically This Season - Daily Gospel Reading, Daily Gospel, Gospel Reading, To Focus, Daily Routine, Liturgical Seasons, Getting To Know, Catholic Church, Catholic

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Amanda Tuite
The Rabbit Room | Happy New Year: An Introduction to Advent & the Liturgical Calendar Confirmation, Christ, Faith Formation, Catholic Liturgical Calendar, Godly Play, Catholic Faith, Liturgical Seasons, Spiritual Practices, Catechism

As premature as it may feel, let me be the first to greet you with “Happy New Year!” That’s right—today is the first day of the Christian calendar, the beginning of Advent. The seasons of the church calendar help us to live our lives in light of the story of Jesus’ life. As humans, we tend to organize our lives by organizing our time. We set times each day for working, resting, eating, sleeping, and driving. Our weeks have a rhythm of work and leisure. We mark special days each year such as…

Rebekah Olson
Lutheran Liturgical Calendar -Seasons of the Year Ideas, Confirmation, Christian Calendar, Seasons Of The Year, Christian Holidays, Yearly Calendar, Seasons, Season Calendar, Liturgical Seasons

We have a neighbor who hangs out flags from a pole near her front door. These flags fly the colors of the day or the season. So, for example, the day after Thanksgiving our neighbor had a Santa Claus flag to accompany the Christmas wreath hanging on her front door. By the time the New Year arrived, Santa was gone, replaced by a generic Winter scene. Soon that gave way to Valentine's Day and a bright red heart. Valentine sentiments were packed up and a shamrock for St. Patrick showed up…

Mama Michele