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  1. The Feast is a weekend in late September or early October each year.
  2. Feast is one of Australia's top Gay and Lesbian Festivals.
  3. The feast is called Sukkoth and lasts for eight days. (Web site)
  4. Feast is a horror film that is a result of the third season Project Greenlight contest. (Web site)
  5. The feast was named All Saints' Day and was (and still is) celebrated on November 1st. (Web site)

Feast Day

  1. Actually, if you include the feast day, it would be a 13-day, 12-night holiday, with the Feast of the Epiphany long referred to as Twelfth Night. (Web site)
  2. All Saints' Day - November 1; a feast day in the church in commemoration of all the known and unknown saints. (Web site)
  3. The Eastern Orthodox Church celebrates his feast day on June 9 and also, together with Pope Athanasius I of Alexandria, on January 18.
  4. The Catholic patronal feast day or 'name day' are celebrated in each place's patron saint's day, according to the Calendar of saints. (Web site)
  5. December 25th is Christmas Day or the feast day of the Nativity. (Web site)


  1. In some Christian countries, the end of the festive season is considered to be after the feast of Epiphany, although this has only symbolic value.
  2. The Parsis celebrate the Gahanbar festivals in two stages, beginning with liturgical rites and sacrificial offerings and concluding with a solemn feast. (Web site)
  3. Mevagissey feast which occurs around St Peters Eve continues to be celebrated.
  4. God gave exact instructions to the people for every feast, celebration or sacrifice; that includes dates and activities.
  5. The Irish also maintained this November 1 date; it was once commonly held to be fixed by the date of Samhain, a pre-christian celtic feast.


  1. The Matronalia, the primary feast of Juno, the chief Roman goddess.
  2. Concordia, Roman festival of the goddess of peace and harmony, the feast of good will, a day on which all disputes are to be resolved. (Web site)


  1. The festival of All Saints, also sometimes known as "All Hallows," or "Hallowmas," is a feast celebrated in their honour. (Web site)
  2. A religious feast in honor of its patron saint Sto.
  3. A thanksgiving feast celebrating San Isidro Labrador, the patron saint of local farmers in Lucban and Saryaya, Quezon and in Mindanao.
  4. April 24 Feast of Saint Mark Evangelist and patron saint of Venice, glaziers, and notaries.
  5. The Feast of the Apparition of Saint Michael commemorates the 6 th -Century appearance of the archangel on Mount Gargano near Manfredonia in southern Italy.


  1. However, in ancient times, this day was celebrated with a Pagan feast in honor of the wizard-blacksmith of the Saxon deities.
  2. This is an old pagan festival, which borrowed its name from Saint Walburga whose feast occurs on May Day.


  1. The primary attracton was feast which included all the parts of a pig, bread, barley and beer.
  2. As with the other feasts of the Lord in Leviticus 23, the prophetic meaning of the Feast of Unleavened Bread is found in the work of the Messiah. (Web site)
  3. They are now living in the Feast of Unleavened Bread where purity and separation from leaven are required. (Web site)


  1. However, we can see that Ezra understood the Feast of Tabernacles to be a spiritual bonanza whose fruit was rejoicing. (Web site)
  2. They had not stopped observing such things as the Feast of Tabernacles; their problem was in a different area. (Web site)
  3. The Etrog is used with the Lulav, Hadas (myrtle) and willow branch (Arava) at the Feast of Tabernacles, or Sukkot.
  4. Jesus Arrives in Jerusalem for the feast of Tabernacles (Sukkoth), and passed through Mount of Olives. (Web site)
  5. Hadas - a myrtle branch taken as one of the four species on the Feast of Tabernacles.


  1. Customs of Lupercalia have been carried over into Valentine's Day, Candlemas, Feast of the Nativity and possibly also Carnival.
  2. Bishop [pope] Gelasius replaced the Lupercalia with the Feast of the Purification of the Virgin in A.D. 494, and Candlemas.


  1. In pagan Rome, the celebration of the Winter Solstice began on December 17 with the feast of Saturn -- also called the Saturnalia. (Web site)
  2. Because the Sunday after 14 Nisan was the historical day of the Resurrection, at Rome this Sunday became the Christian feast of Easter.
  3. Given at Rome, at St. Peter's, on the feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross, the third day of May in the year 1932, the eleventh of Our Pontificate.
  4. Given at Rome, at St. Peter's, on the feast of St. Joseph, patron of the universal Church, on the 19th of March, 1937, the 16th year of our Pontificate. (Web site)
  5. Given in Rome, at Saint Peter's, on 22 February, the Feast of the Chair of Saint Peter, Apostle, in the year 1996, the eighteenth of my Pontificate. (Web site)


  1. The Pentecost Festival follows the Passover, and the feast of the Tabernacles are also observed.
  2. Finally, the promised New Covenant arrived during the Feast of Pentecost to gather all believers in Christ to be God's spring harvest in the earth. (Web site)


  1. The Feast is kept not merely to rejoice, but also because the Lord made the Israelites live in booths when He brought them out of Egypt. (Web site)
  2. This is the 23rd day of Mechir, a feast of Sekhmet and of Isis, ancient Egypt's New Year's Day. (Web site)


  1. Being at the Feast is a spiritual equivalent of being in the land enjoying the fruits of His blessing. (Web site)
  2. This fourth feast was to occur precisely fifty days after First Fruits (Jesus' resurrection). (Web site)


  1. The feast of fools was an imitation of the Roman Saturnalia, and, like that festival, was also celebrated in December. (Web site)
  2. Victor Hugo recreated a picturesque account of a Feast of Fools, in which Quasimodo serves as King of Fools, in The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1831). (Web site)
  3. The most important of these was the Festus Fatuorum (the Feast of Fools) which evolved out of the Saturnalia.
  4. In the Middle Ages, particularly in France, the Feast of Fools was staged on or about the Feast of the Circumcision, January 1. (Web site)
  5. Following the suppression of the Feast of Fools, merrymakers focused their attention on Mardi Gras and Carnival.


  1. It survived until 494, when it was changed by Pope Gelasius into the feast of the Purification of the Virgin (then on February 14, now on February 2). (Web site)
  2. The feast of St. Valentine was first declared to be on February 14 by Pope Gelasius I in 496.
  3. This novena, private in character, began on February 13 and ended with the public feast of the Feralia on February 21.
  4. February 1 is the feast of St. Brigid of Ireland, often called Mary of the Gael.
  5. By 1669 many French bishops were allowing the feast to be celebrated in their dioceses on February 8. (Web site)


  1. Cochin Carnival is a merry making feast observed during the last week of every year in Fort Kochi in Kerala.
  2. This feast is a family pilgrimage festival, that is a festival observed away from home.


  1. Feast day of the Assumption of Mary, the mother of Jesus, Holy Day of Obligation.
  2. The feast became widespread in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, and in 1621 Pope Gregory XV made the Feast of St. Joseph a holy day of obligation. (Web site)
  3. The festival is known as Feast of the exaltation of the holy cross in other Orthodox, Catholic or Protestant churches. (Web site)

Seven Days

  1. Latvians believed that if it rains on this feast day, there will be seven weeks and seven days of rain.
  2. The plural eâstron is used, because the feast lasts seven days.


  1. The feast of the Incarnation of Christ, also known as The Annunciation, is celebrated on 25 March, nine months before Christmas Day. (Web site)
  2. Pope Benedict announced the names of 23 prelates who will be made cardinals in a consistory on November 24, the eve of the Feast of Christ the King.
  3. Tornielli reported that his sources were preparing for a consistory on the eve of the feast of Christ the King.
  4. S. Gregory Nyssen says that the Feast of Lights, and of the Baptism of Jesus Christ, was celebrated some days after that of His Nativity.
  5. Apart, however, from the Jewish feast, the Christians would have celebrated the anniversary of the death and the Resurrection of Christ.


  1. Her feast day in the West is December 13, by the unreformed Julian calendar the longest night of the year; she is the patron saint of blindness.
  2. In the first verses of this chapter, we see the significance of this feast in that the Lord changes the calendar with its introduction. (Web site)
  3. According to the Julian calendar, the Saturnalia is an ancient Roman feast that took place on December 17th celebrating the god Saturn.


  1. The feast, honoring Mary's reception into heaven, had a special meaning on the land. (Web site)
  2. A religious festival honoring the feast day of Our Lady of Peñafrancia, Patroness of the Bicol Region.

Held Each

  1. The festival is held each year on the Catholic holiday of the Feast of the Assumption (August 15), commemorating the Virgin Mary 's assumption into heaven.
  2. Septi--u gul--t--ju diena ("feast day of the Seven Sleepers of Ephesus") was held each year on July 27.
  3. In ancient Egypt, the Feast of Hathor as Sekhmet was held each year on this day.

Annual Feast

  1. Cleveland_Feast_of_the_Assumption_Festival - The annual Feast of the Assumption Festival takes place each year in Cleveland's Little Italy neighborhood.
  2. Annual feast day of the Miraculous Lady of Guibang.
  3. On this day, the annual feast of Vinalia was observed by the ancient Greeks in honor of the wine-god Bacchus. (Web site)


  1. The festival is held each year on the Catholic holiday of the Feast of the Assumption (August 15), commemorating the Virgin Mary 's assumption into heaven.
  2. The Church celebrates the Feast of the Immaculate Conception on 8 December, exactly nine months before celebrating the Nativity of Mary. (Web site)
  3. Attukal (9 km from Munnar): A panorama of waterfalls and rolling hills, Attukal, located between Munnar and Pallivasal, is a feast for the eyes. (Web site)
  4. St. Francis Assissi Cathedral: Feast of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, and golden jubilee of novena, church premises, from 6 a.m.
  5. Many modern Witches celebrate the day after the Halloween Sabbat with a feast commemorating fruition, maturity, immortality and resurrection.


  1. Here is the story behind the modern conflict between Christianity and Islam, between Protestant and Catholic Europe, and the origin of the Feast of the Holy Rosary. (Web site)


  1. The wonderful thing about your church is that, unlike most churches, you are already practising the agape feast.


  1. This battle was won on the feast of Bacchus, the very day in which Pompey, four years before, had set out for the war. (Web site)


  1. Bacchae is a play about the feast of Bacchus, another name for Dionysus, the Greek god of wine and revelry. (Web site)


  1. As strongly encouraged by his advisor Fan Zeng, Xiang Yu invited Liu Bang to attend a banquet at Hong Gate and intended to kill Liu during the feast.


  1. Traditional Roman Catholics continue celebrating his feast day on July 6, the day of his martyrdom. (Web site)


  1. Aeneas encountered Harpies on the Strophades as they repeatedly made off with the feast the Trojans were setting. (Web site)

Last Week

  1. Noted for the unique games and competitions, the feast is observed during the last week of December with a grand procession on the New Year day. (Web site)

Catholic Church

  1. Catholic Church celebrates feast of St. Gregory VII today Today is the feast day of St. Gregory VII, one of the greatest of the Roman Pontiffs.
  2. His feast day is October 11 in the Catholic Church, the day that Vatican II’s first session opened. (Web site)


  1. Later in Heimskringla Snorri described how the folk compelled King Hákon, nominally Christian, to eat horse liver at a sacrificial feast. (Web site)
  2. At the marriage feast of the daughter of Olaf pá (~978 AD). (Web site)


  1. Strangely this was the day when the harvest feast was held in the northern kingdom of Israel of the Ten Tribes. (Web site)
  2. Lughnasadh was the feast of the god Lugh and a celebration of the first fruits or early harvest.
  3. The Feast of Tabernacles - the first 1,000 years after The Return of Christ in which the harvest of salvation will truly begin. (Web site)


  1. Shavuot ("Pentecost" or "Feast of Weeks") celebrates the revelation of the Torah to the Israelites on Mount Sinai. (Web site)
  2. Shavuot has an agricultural character and is known in the sources as the "Feast of the Harvest" (Hag ha-Katzir, Ex. (Web site)


  1. Now when He was at Jerusalem at the passover at the feast, many believed in His name, beholding His signs which He did. (Web site)
  2. Paul probably left Corinth to attend the celebration of the feast at Jerusalem (Acts 18:21). (Web site)


  1. The feast called Oschophoria, or the feast of boughs, which to this day the Athenians celebrate, was then first instituted by Theseus. (Web site)
  2. Every year the Athenians celebrate this feast to the Mother and the Daughter; and all who wish, whether they be Athenians or any other Greeks, are initiated. (Web site)


  1. Shavuot - (Feast of Weeks- Pentecost) One of the three pilgrim festivals when the Temple still stood in Jerusalem. (Web site)
  2. Vegetables, cereals and other provisions for this elaborate feast were brought to the temple in a procession of snake boats. (Web site)
  3. To this Temple the Ark was removed from the city of David on the Feast of Tabernacles (ib. (Web site)


  1. We know, that in preparing the booth, the palm-branch, and all their accessories (for the feast of Booths) the Sabbath may be violated. (Web site)


  1. Saint Fabian (died 250; feast day: January 20), pope and martyr, was chosen pope, or bishop of Rome, in January 236 in succession to Pope Anterus. (Web site)
  2. It was not celebrated in Rome until the eleventh century, perhaps in connection with the feast of the Chair of St. Peter, celebrated in France on January 18. (Web site)
  3. Rom., 134) the oldest and only feast of Our Lady was 1 January, the octave of Christ's birth. (Web site)


  1. The feast of the Æsir: When Ægir came to Asgard, the Æsir invited him in to their banquet.


  1. Snorri was to have the feast at his house about the middle of summer. (Web site)
  2. In Hákonar Saga goða Snorri does not say whether the full were drank before or after the feast of the sacrificial meat. (Web site)
  3. Discussing these passages, Turville-Petre notes, "The meaning of the sacrificial feast, as Snorri saw it, is fairly plain. (Web site)


  1. The centaurs were driven from Thessaly when, in a drunken frenzy, they attempted to abduct the bride of the king of the Lapiths from her wedding feast.
  2. Siggeir, on returning to his own home with his unwilling bride, invites her father and brothers to a feast. (Web site)


  1. Hades pretended to offer them hospitality and laid out a feast, but as soon as the two visitors sat down, snakes coiled around their feet and held them fast. (Web site)


  1. God gave exact instructions to the people for every feast, celebration or sacrifice; that includes dates and activities.
  2. On the day of the sacrifice a feast would be held in Tezcatlipoca's honor. (Web site)


  1. AGAMEMNON It was there the gods celebrated the marriage feast of Peleus. (Web site)


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