feast day

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With five feast days and two fast days, you can have normal food for most of the week and only cut down for 48 hours.
The Maronite Patriarch Cardinal arrived here earlier in the day to attend a Mass marking Saint Maron's Feast Day at the Maronite Church in Damascus.
After the beatification of Mother Teresa, the Roman Catholic Church had declared September 5, the day Mother left her earthly abode, as Feast Day - a day for joy and celebration.
I]f James Lee Burke worked his magic with a paintbrush, Feast Day of Fools would be the Sistine Chapel of his novels.
BEIRUT: It is perhaps ironic that the feast day of saint who spent his life in isolation is today credited with bringing Christians together, but that is exactly what Mar Maroun Day on Feb.
Feast day of St Ludmila (Eastern and Western Christianity)
This date was originally chosen for World Animal Day because it is the feast day of Francis of Assisi, a nature lover and patron saint of animals and the environment.
In 1538, he visited the popular shrine of Llandderfel (Merioneth) on the feast day of Derfel Gadarn, its patron saint.
Joseph the Workman (May 1) was instituted completely apart from the saint's long-established feast day (March 19).
I hope our Christian citizens have a happy and peaceful feast day together with their families".
Feast day of the patron saint of Scotland and now an official bank holiday north of the border.
Worldwide celebrations for St Patrick's Day could face disruption after the Catholic Church decided to move the Irish patron saint's feast day.
Families were asked to bring one ceramic piece - a vase, a plate, anything with special meaning - to the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels through Monday, the Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
The evening before that November 1 feast day came to be known as All Hallows' Eve--which eventually was shortened to Halloween.