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Praise and CelebrateSundayOur most important celebration takes place every week. Like a family, we gather fora special celebrationcalled the Mass orEucharist. Sunday isthe Lord’s Day, the dayJesus rose from thedead. Every Sunday is alittle Easter. We gather together to celebrate God’s life, love, goodness, mercy, and forgiveness. We remember the Paschal Mystery— the Passion, Death, Resurrection, and Ascension of Jesus—at every Mass. We welcome and receive Jesus, who is right there with us.Feast DaysMany days of the year are feast days. We honor our Blessed Mother Mary, the Apostles, martyrs, and many other great saints. They showus how to be better friends of Jesus.They are examples of Christian faith, hope, and love.And they are praying for us all the time so we can become saints, too. Celebrating the feast days of Mary and the saints shows that we, the Church on earth, are united with the Church in Heaven.Photo credit: Jean-Matthieu Gautier/CIRIC20SundayMondayTuesdayWednesday ThursdayFriday Saturday3 4 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time56 78Nativity of Mary 9St. Peter Claver23rd Sunday in Ordinary TimeHoly Name of MarySt. John ChrysostomExaltation of the Holy CrossOur Lady of SorrowsSts. Cornelius & Cyprian1718 2 51920 St. Andrew Kim Taegon & St. Paul Chong Hasang & Companions2 1222 324th Sunday in Ordinary TimeSt. JanuariusSt. MatthewSt. Pius of Pietrelcina2 4 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time2627282 930St. Cosmas & St. DamianSt. Vincent de PaulSt. WenceslausSt. Michael, St. Gabriel, St. RaphaelSt. JeromeSEPTEMBER10 11 12 13 14 15 1612

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