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Fabulosas Flores - General Roman Calendar - Netflix
For historical forms of the General Roman Calendar, see Tridentine Calendar, General Roman Calendar of 1954, General Roman Calendar of Pope Pius XII, General Roman Calendar of 1960, and General Roman Calendar of 1969. The General Roman Calendar is the liturgical calendar that indicates the dates of celebrations of saints and mysteries of the Lord (Jesus Christ) in the Roman Rite, wherever this liturgical rite is in use. These celebrations are a fixed annual date; or occur on a particular day of the week (examples are the Baptism of the Lord in January and the Feast of Christ the King in November); or relate to the date of Easter (examples are the celebrations of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary). National and diocesan liturgical calendars, including that of the diocese of Rome itself, as well as the calendars of religious institutes and even of continents, add other saints and mysteries or transfer the celebration of a particular saint or mystery from the date assigned in the General Calendar to another date. These liturgical calendars also indicate the degree or rank of each celebration: Memorial (which can be merely optional), Feast or Solemnity. Among other differences, the Gloria is said or sung at the Mass of a Feast, but not at that of a Memorial, and the Creed is added on Solemnities. The last general revision of the General Roman Calendar was in 1969 and was authorized by the motu proprio Mysterii Paschalis of Pope Paul VI. The motu proprio and the decree of promulgation were included in the book Calendarium Romanum, published in the same year by Libreria Editrice Vaticana. This contained also the official document Universal Norms on the Liturgical Year and the Calendar, and the list of celebrations of the General Roman Calendar. Both these documents are also printed (in their present revised form) in the Roman Missal, after the General Instruction of the Roman Missal. The 1969 book also provided a detailed unofficial commentary on that year's revision of the calendar. The contents of the General Roman Calendar and the names in English of the celebrations included in it are here indicated in the official English version of the Roman Missal.
Fabulosas Flores - Argentina - Netflix
According to the national calendar of Argentina, as requested by the Argentine Episcopal Conference (CEA) and approved by the Holy See: 22 January: Blessed Laura Vicuña – Optional Memorial 24 January: Our Lady, Queen of Peace – Optional Memorial 25 February: Blessed Maria Ludovica De Angelis, virgin – Optional Memorial 16 March: Saint Jose Gabriel del Rosario Brochero, priest – Optional Memorial 27 April: Saint Turibius of Mogrovejo, bishop – Feast 8 May: Our Lady of Luján, Patroness of Argentina – Solemnity 15 May: Saint Isidore the Laborer – Optional Memorial 16 May: Saint Luigi Orione, priest – Optional Memorial 20 May: Blessed María Crescentia Pérez, virgin – Optional Memorial 24 May: Mary, Help of Christians – Optional Memorial 6 July: Blessed Nazaria Ignacia March Mesa, virgin – Optional Memorial 9 July: Our Lady of Itatí – Memorial 10 July: Saints Augustine Zhao Rong, priest, and companions, martyrs – Optional Memorial 16 July: Our Lady of Mount Carmel – Memorial 23 July: Saint Sharbel Makhlūf, priest – Optional Memorial 24 July: Saint Francis Solanus, priest – Memorial 16 August: Saint Rocco – Optional Memorial 25 August: Blessed María del Tránsito Cabanillas, virgin – Optional Memorial 26 August: Blessed Ceferino Namuncurá – Optional Memorial 30 August: Saint Rose of Lima, virgin – Feast 24 September: Our Lady of Mercy – Memorial 9 October: Saint Héctor Valdivielso Sáez, martyr – Optional Memorial 12 October: Our Lady of the Pillar – Optional Memorial 7 November: Mary, Mother and Mediatrix of Grace – Memorial 13 November: Blessed Artémides Zatti, religious – Optional Memorial 17 November: Saints Roque González, Alfonso Rodríguez, and Juan del Castillo, priests and martyrs – Memorial 18 November: Saint Elizabeth of Hungary – Memorial 12 December: Our Lady of Guadalupe – Feast Saturday of the Second Week of Easter: Our Lady of the Valley – Memorial
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