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Ordinary Time

As the liturgical calendar goes in its annual cycle, the Church associates “the return of dates and seasons with the remembrance of past events.” (Dies Domini 76) Remembrance of these decisive events is then celebrated by people in a festive manner which gives vibrance and disrupts the monotone atmosphere of daily life. After the Christmas season, churches can be observed to put green-colored décors along with the priests donning green vestments. Green, the color that symbolizes life and hope is as well the liturgical color of Ordinary Time. Ordinary Time is the longest season in the liturgical calendar which counts thirty-three or thirty-four Sundays. During this season, the faithful are invited to reflect and meditate on the life of Christ

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Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

The Fulfillment of the Scripture – Luke 1:1—4; 4:14—21 Since many have undertaken to compile a narrative of the events that have been fulfilled among us, just as those who were eyewitnesses from the beginning

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