Drinking with the Saints: The Sinner's Guide to a Holy Happy Hour blends beer, wine, and spirits with saints' feast days and Church calendar
history and thus is recommended for any interested in a blend of Church history and the art of drinking.
2 billion Catholics brought up the extremist persecution of Christians as the holiest ceremonies of the Church calendar
reached a climax Sunday, when believers celebrate the resurrection of Jesus.
However, I question the introduction into the traditional church calendar
of a new season and assigned readings appointed without dialogue.
Now the maples, oaks and cherries have shed their leaves and the trees go inward, ruminating, even as the church calendar
invited us into the now-concluded season Advent, a time of expectancy.
Margaret's Church in Brotton and we come together to celebrate the special occasions in the church calendar
The organization of the volume immediately points to both a traditional Baptist fidelity to the Bible, with the first two sections on Old and New Testament readings, and a more progressive ecumenism, as the following section acknowledges the liturgical church calendar
, highlighting sermons for not only Advent and Lent, but also All Saints Day and Christ the King Sunday.
In the church calendar
, today is Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent.
St David's Day was raised to principal feast status in the church calendar
after Henry V's success at the Battle of Agincourt in 1415, reportedly in thanks to the Welsh saint for intervening on his behalf against the French (luckily David was able to repeat his kind favour for last Friday's Six Nations rugby match.
1 March was included in the church calendar
as St David's Day, after he was canonized in 1120.
Next event in the church calendar
is Huddersfield man, Paul Clarkson, giving an evening on Germany tomorrow, (Feb 12) in Kirkheaton Parish Church, 7.
The Church calendar
has a different climate and rhythm and one that is altogether more significant and meaningful.
There are sonnets written in response to the seven Great O Antiphons, sonnets concerned with Christmastide, Epiphany, Holy Week, the Stations of the Cross, and other significant events on the church calendar