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  • 1Laetare Sunday — • The fourth, or middle, Sunday of Lent, so called from the first words of the Introit at Mass Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Laetare Sunday     Laetare Sunday      …

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  • 2Laetare Sunday — (often pronEng|leɪˈtɑri in English), so called from the incipit of the Introit at Mass, Laetare Jerusalem ( O be joyful, Jerusalem ), is a name often used to denote the fourth Sunday of the season of Lent in the Christian liturgical calendar.… …

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  • 3laetare sunday — lāˈtärē , (ˌ)rā noun Usage: usually capitalized L&S Etymology: Latin laetare rejoice, 2d person singular present imperative passive of laetare to make glad; from the fact that laetare is the opening word of the introit for that day …

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  • 4Laetare Sunday — /lay tahr ee/ the fourth Sunday of Lent when the introit begins with Laetare Jerusalem (Rejoice ye, Jerusalem). Also called Mid Lent Sunday. * * * ▪ Christianity       fourth Sunday in Lent in the Western Christian Church, so called from the… …

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  • 5Laetare Sunday — /leɪˌtareɪ ˈsʌndeɪ/ (say lay.tahray sunday) noun Roman Catholic Church (formerly) the fourth Sunday of Lent, for which the introit began Laetare Jerusalem (rejoice Jerusalem) from Isaiah 66:10. {Latin laetari to rejoice} …

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  • 6Laetare Sunday — noun Etymology: Latin laetare, singular imperative of laetari to rejoice Date: circa 1870 the fourth Sunday in Lent …

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  • 7Laetare Sunday — Lae•tar′e Sun′day [[t]leɪˈtɑr i[/t]] n. rel the fourth Sunday of Lent, when the introit begins with “Laetare Jerusalem” (Rejoice ye, Jerusalem) …

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  • 8Laetare Sunday —  Радостное Воскресенье1 …

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  • 9Laetare — Laetare, Четвёртое воскресенье Великого поста  в литургическом календаре Католической церкви и ряда протестантских церквей четвёртое воскресенье Великого поста. Это воскресенье стоит несколько особняком на фоне всех остальных дней… …

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  • 10Sunday — is the day of the week between Saturday and Monday. In the Jewish law it is the first day of the Hebrew calendar week. In many Christian traditions it is the Christian Sabbath, which replaced the Jewish Shabbat.… …

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  • 11Laetare Medal — The Laetare Medal is an annual award given by the University of Notre Dame in recognition of outstanding service to the Roman Catholic church and society. The award is given to an American Catholic layperson whose genius has ennobled the arts and …

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  • 12laetare — /lē tāˈri or lī täˈre/ noun The fourth Sunday in Lent ORIGIN: laetāre (the first word of the introit for that day), imperative singular of L laetārī to rejoice, from laetus joyful …

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  • 13Mothering Sunday — Not to be confused with Mother s Day. Gregorian dates for Mothering Sunday 2004 21 March 2005 6 March 2006 26 March 2007 18 March 2008 2 March 2009 22 March 2010 14 March 2011 3 April 2012 18 March 2013 …

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  • 14Gaudete Sunday — • The third Sunday of Advent, so called from the first word of the Introit at Mass (Gaudete, i.e. Rejoice) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Gaudete Sunday     Gaudete Sunday …

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  • 15Refreshment Sunday — is the fourth Sunday in Lent, also called Mothering Sunday, Mother s Day, Rose Sunday, and Laetare Sunday. The name Refreshment Sunday refers to the relaxation or breaking of one s Lenten fast on this day.Some traditions, notably those who also… …

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  • 16Passion Sunday — • The fifth Sunday of Lent Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Passion Sunday     Passion Sunday     † …

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  • 17Gaudete Sunday — (pronEng|ɡaʊˈdɛteɪ) is the third Sunday of Advent in the Christian calendar. It can fall on any date from 11 December to 17 December. The term Gaudete is broadly translated from Latin as Rejoice , a word that appears in the entrance antiphon… …

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  • 18Mid-Lent Sunday — The fourth Sunday in Lent. In the West, it is called Laetare Sunday, Refreshment Sunday, and Mothering Sunday …

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  • 19Moth|er|ing Sunday — «MUHTH uhr ihng», British. the Sunday in mid Lent on which it is customary to visit one s parents and to give or receive presents; Laetare Sunday …

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  • 20mid-lent sunday — noun Usage: usually capitalized M&L&S Etymology: Middle English mydlent Sonday : the 4th Sunday in Lent * * * /mid lent /. See Laetare Sunday. [1350 1400; ME] …

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