Feasts of Saints According to Liturgical Calendar

Feasts According to Liturgical Calendar

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Christmas December 25: Luke 2:1-20 The Birth of Jesus Christ.


Feast of Ephiphany / Baptism of Jesus January 6 Matthew 3:13-17


Palm Sunday: Matthew 21: 1-17 Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem.

Pesaha (Holy) Thursday Seventh Thursday of Lent : John 13:1-14+ Mathew 26:26-30 Washing of the feet and Institution of Holy Thursday (Qurbana).

Passion (Good) Friday Seventh Friday of Lent : Part I Lk 22:63-23:12 + Mt 27:19 + Lk 23:13-23 + Mt 27:24-25 + Lk 23:24-45+ Mt. 27:51-54+Jn. 19:23-30 Passion of Christ.
Part II Jn 19:31-42.


Easter Sunday The Resurrection of Christ: Mt 27:57-61, Mk 15:42-47, Lk 23:50-56, Jn 19:38-42, Mt 27:62-66, 28:1-10, Mk 16:1-8, Lk 24:1-12, Jn 20:1-10, Mk 16:9-11, Jn 20:11-18, Mk 16:12-13, Lk 24:13-35, 24:36-49, Jn 20:19-23, Mt 28:11-15.

St. Thomas and Divine Mercy Sunday Resurrection Second Sunday: John 20:19-29 Thomas the apostle professes his faith in Jesus.


Feast of Pentacost (Apostles First Sunday): Acts 2:1-13 Holy Spirit comes down on the Apostles.

Holy Trinity (Apostles Second Sunday)

Feast of Corpus Christ / The body and blood of Christ Thursday after the Feast of the Most Holy Trinity John 6:51-59 This is the life-giving bread that came down from heaven.

Feast of Sacred Heart Friday after the octave of Corpus Christi, John 19:30-37 The Pierced Heart.


Feast of Christ the King Dedication of the Church Fourth Sunday: Matthew 22:41-46 Christ sits at the right side of God.