Daily Archives:January 3rd, 2019

Pope Francis’ January 2019 Intention

Public domain. From the book: Paintings in sacred and Church history : the Greatest holidays of Orthodoxy. St. Petersburg 1876

Evangelization – Young People
That young people, especially in Latin America, follow the example of Mary and respond to the call of the Lord to communicate the joy of the Gospel to the world.

Liturgical Feasts / Anniversaries /Observances

(Legend: Ab=Abbot  Ap=Apostle  Pp=Pope  Bp=Bishop  Ch=Children  De=Deacon  Dr=Doctor  Kg=King Ma=Married  Mt=Martyr  Pr=Priest  Qu=Queen  Re=Religious  Vg=Virgin  Fd=Founder)

JAN 1: MARY, MOTHER OF GOD*** (New Year’s Day/Day of World Peace)

Jan 2:  Basil the Great & Gregory Nazianzen* (Bps, Drs)

Jan 3:  Most Holy Name Of Jesus

Jan 4:  Elizabeth Ann Seton* (Re)

Jan 5:  John Neumann* (Bp)

JAN 6: EPIPHANY OF THE LORD***

Jan 7: Raymond of Penyafort (Pr)

JAN 13 : BAPTISM OF THE LORD**

Jan 17 : Anthony* (Ab)

JAN 18 : CHURCH UNITY OCTAVE BEGINS

JAN 20 : 2ND SUNDAY OF THE YEAR

Jan 21 : Agnes* (Vg, Mt)

Jan 22 : Vincent (Dn, Mt)

Jan 24 : Francis de sales* (Bp, Dr)

JAN 25  : CONVERSION OF ST. PAUL**(Ap)       (Unity Week Ends)

Jan 26 : Timothy & Titus* (Bps)

JAN 27: 3RD SUNDAY OF THE YEAR

Jan 28: Thomas Aquinas* (Pr, Dr)

Jan 31: John Bosco* (Pr)

Copyright © 2019. Powered by WordPress & Romangie Theme.