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    Roman Catholic
Eric Michel Ministries International use the Common Lectionary of the Episcopal & Canadian Anglican
Source:  Liturgical Calendar available for Google Calendar
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    Revised Common Lectionary
    The Revised Common Lectionary is a lectionary of readings or pericopes from the Bible for use in Protestant Christian worship, making provision for the liturgical year with its pattern of observances
    of festivals and seasons. It was preceded by the Common Lectionary, assembled in 1983, itself preceded by the COCU Lectionary, published in 1974 by the Consultation on Church Union (COCU). This
    lectionary was derived from various Protestant lectionaries in current use, which in turn were based on the 1969 Ordo Lectionum Missae, a three-year lectionary produced by the Roman Catholic
    Church following the reforms of the Second Vatican Council.

    Denominational practices
    The Revised Common Lectionary is used in its original or an adapted form by churches around the world. The Ordo Lectionum Missae, on which it is based, is used in the Roman Catholic Church in local translations as
    the standard lectionary. Various other churches have also adopted (and sometimes adapted) the RCL; some may consider its use optional. These include:

    United States
    American Baptist Churches, USA
    Church of the Nazarene
    Communion of Reformed Evangelical Churches
    Community of Christ
    Disciples of Christ
    Episcopal Church in the United States of America
    Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
    King's Chapel, Boston - an autonomous Unitarian Universalist church in the Anglican tradition
    Moravian Church in America
    Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod
    Presbyterian Church USA
    Reformed Church in America
    United Church of Christ
    United Methodist Church
    Unitarian Universalist Christian Fellowship

    Anglican Church of Canada
    Canadian Baptists of Western Canada
    Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada
    Mennonite Church Canada
    Presbyterian Church in Canada
    United Church of Canada
    United Kingdom
    Church of England
    Church of Scotland
    Church in Wales
    Methodist Church of Great Britain
    Scottish Episcopal Church
    United Reformed Church

    Apostolic Catholic Church
    Convention of Philippine Baptist Churches
    Episcopal Church of the Philippines
    Philippine Independent Church
    United Church of Christ in the Philippines
    United Methodist Church in the Philippines

    Anglican Church of Australia
    Uniting Church in Australia

    Waldensian Evangelical Church
    Italian Methodist Church
    Baptist Evangelical Christian Union of Italy (UCEBI)
    Evangelical Reformed Baptist Churches in Italy
    Liturgical colours are those specific colours used for vestments and hangings within the context of Christian liturgy. The symbolism of violet, white, green, red, gold, black, rose and other colours may serve to underline
    moods appropriate to a season of the liturgical year or may highlight a special occasion. There is a distinction between the colour of the vestments worn by the clergy and their choir dress, which with a few exceptions does
    not change with the liturgical seasons.
    Methodist churches
    Methodists use a colour scheme similar to those used by Lutherans and Catholics, although the practice is not universally followed.

    EMMI Lectionary  makes detailed colours for liturgical throughout the year, which corresponds exactly with the table usage with three minor exceptions;
  1. There is no reference in usage of deceased bishops;
  2. No liturgical colour at all is suggested for Holy Saturday;
  3. The use of red for ordination rites.
Candlemas, also known as the Feast of the Presentation of
Jesus Christ, is a Christian Holy Day commemorating the
presentation of Jesus at the Temple. It is based upon the
account of the presentation of Jesus in Luke 2:22–40.

Date: Sunday, February 2, 2020
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Upcoming Religious Holidays for Christians

  1. Sunday Feb 02, 2020 Candlemas
  2. Friday Feb 14, 2020 St. Valentine's Day
  3. Wednesday Feb 26, 2020 Ash Wednesday
  4. Tuesday Mar 17, 2020 St. Patrick's Day
  5. Sunday Apr 05, 2020 Palm Sunday
  6. Thursday Apr 09, 2020 Maundy (Holy) Thursday
  7. Friday Apr 10, 2020 Good Friday
  8. Sunday Apr 12, 2020 Easter
  9. Sunday May 31, 2020 Pentecost

Holy Thursday procession with the Eucharist in Ixtaczoquitlan, Veracruz.webm
Home/House Church Three Rivers Qc. 2013
Friday Feb 14, 2020 St. Valentine's Day
Wednesday Feb 26, 2020 Ash Wednesday
Tuesday Mar 17, 2020 St. Patrick's Day
Sunday Apr 05, 2020 Palm Sunday
Friday Apr 10, 2020 Good Friday / Sunday Apr 12, 2020 Easter
Sunday May 31, 2020 Pentecost