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  • ...the common three year cycle, e.g. '''Lent5B''' is the page for the ''Fifth Sunday of Lent in Year B.'' == Epiphany ==
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  • In the passage set for this Sunday we read selections from the continuing narrative as David hears about the d ...™ So I stood over him, and killed him, for I knew that he could not live after he had fallen. I took the crown that was on his head and the armlet that wa
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  • This week many faith communities will be settling into the EPIPHANY season, even if they do not use that language in naming the Sundays between == Jesus in the Epiphany Cycle, Year C ==
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  • ...of the Temptation (Luke 4:1-13) so that we can return to it for the First Sunday in Lent, the following portions of Luke will be used in the next few weeks: <ul><li> Epiphany 3 -- Luke 4:14-21
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  • ...vite us to be alert for the unexpected turn of events that may offer us an epiphany: ...riences a call to serve as a prophet to his people. The end result of that epiphany moment would be the great Scroll of Isaiah, gathering up insights from Isai
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  • == Introduction: Transfiguration Sunday == ...follow this sequence, the traditional Transfiguration theme on the Second Sunday of Lent is replaced by a more generic lenten set of lections. In Roman Cath
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  • ....jesusdatabase.org/index.php?title=Last_after_Epiphany_C Last Sunday after Epiphany]. ...ivity of the core question for Jesus' earliest followers and especially so after the Jewish War of 66/73CE ended with the temple in ruins.
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  • ...gh some have died. Then he appeared to James, then to all the apostles. <b>Last of all, as to one untimely born, he appeared also to me.</b> For I am the l <p>For the Third Sunday of Easter, the major western lectionaries all draw on the Johannine story o
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  • ...from which the reading comes. Other potions of Joel are never heard in the Sunday liturgies. ...lf. Apart from the final verses of ch 2, these hymns are never read in the Sunday liturgies.
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  • ...occurs late enough in the week for a two Sundays to occur between then and Epiphany on January 6. The focus on this day falls on the theological significance o ...Baptism of Jesus), many communities will observe [[Epiphany]] this coming Sunday, rather than the propers for Christmas 2A.
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  • The first Sunday after the feast of the Epiphany marks the beginning of a series of Sundays in "ordinary time," with the uti As befits the season of Epiphany, with its theme of revelation/manifestion to the Gentiles, the first readin
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  • == The Epiphany Cycle == <p>Over the next few weeks we will complete a longer than usual Epiphany cycle due to the relatively late date for Easter this year. As usual, the r
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  • * First Sunday after Epiphany (Baptism of Jesus): Matt 3:13-17
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  • Communities that did not observe the Transfiguration as the last Sunday after Epiphany may wish to use Matthew 17:1-9 in place of John 3:1-17. ...rsal blessings stands in contrast to the universal judgment that we saw in last week's story of Adam and Eve in the garden.
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  • ...cal narrative. The well at Sychar (ancient Shechem) which features in this Sunday's gospel is perhaps the most famous of them all. Presumably the wells at Be Abram and Sarai return to central Palestine after their troubled sojourn in Egypt:
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  • ...revelation (epiphany) of God and especially on Jesus as the quintessential epiphany of the divine within the Christian tradition. The first Sunday after Epiphany is observed as the Baptism of Jesus. John Beverley Butcher reminds us of th
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  • == First Reading: The epiphany to Samuel == ...c epiphany story. A young acolyte is serving in the temple and receives an epiphany. With advice from his aged mentor, the lad is able to correctly identify th
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  • ...lludes to the legend of Moses having to veil his face for a period of time after each meeting with God: ...season of Epiphany. Other parishes will pick up these themes on the Second Sunday of Lent.
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