Episcopal Church Liturgical Colors and Calendar, 2008-2012

January 2009
World Almanac & Book of Facts;2009, p1138
Reference Entry
An encyclopedia entry for the liturgical colors and calendar for 2008 to 2012 of the Episcopal Church is presented. The common liturgical colors of the Church are white, red, violet, crimson, green and black. Feasts and church events that signify the colors are Christmas Day through First Sunday after Epiphany, Maundy Thursday, the Confession of Saint Peter, the Day of Pentecost, Holy Cross Day and the feasts of apostles and evangelists, among others. Also cited are the days of fasting.


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