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The Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of God, Monday in the 1 Week in Ordinary Time, Tuesday in the 1 Week in Ordinary Time, Wednesday in the 1 Week in Ordinary Time, Thursday in the 1 Week in Ordinary Time, Saint Hilary, bishop and doctor of the Church, Friday in the 1 Week in Ordinary Time, Saturday in the 1 Week in Ordinary Time, Tuesday in the 2 Week in Ordinary Time, Wednesday in the 2 Week in Ordinary Time, Thursday in the 2 Week in Ordinary Time, Saturday in the 2 Week in Ordinary Time, Saint Francis de Sales, bishop and doctor of the Church, Thursday in the 3 Week in Ordinary Time, Saint Thomas Aquinas, priest and doctor of the Church, Saturday in the 3 Week in Ordinary Time, Tuesday in the 4 Week in Ordinary Time, Thursday in the 4 Week in Ordinary Time, Friday in the 4 Week in Ordinary Time, Monday in the 5 Week in Ordinary Time, Tuesday in the 5 Week in Ordinary Time, Wednesday in the 5 Week in Ordinary Time, Friday in the 5 Week in Ordinary Time, Saturday in the 5 Week in Ordinary Time, Saint Cyril, monk, and Saint Methodius, bishop, Tuesday in the 6 Week in Ordinary Time, Wednesday in the 6 Week in Ordinary Time, Thursday in the 6 Week in Ordinary Time, The Seven Founders of the Order of Servites, religious, Friday in the 6 Week in Ordinary Time, Saturday in the 6 Week in Ordinary Time, Monday in the 7 Week in Ordinary Time, Saint Peter Damian, bishop and doctor of the Church, Thursday in the 7 Week in Ordinary Time, Friday in the 7 Week in Ordinary Time, Saturday in the 7 Week in Ordinary Time, Monday in the 8 Week in Ordinary Time, Tuesday in the 8 Week in Ordinary Time, Saint Perpetua and Saint Felicity, martyrs, Saint Cyril of Jerusalem, bishop and doctor of the Church, Saint Isidore, bishop and doctor of the Church, Easter Sunday of the Lords Resurrection, Saint Catherine of Siena, virgin and doctor of the Church, Saint Athanasius, bishop and doctor of the Church, Saint John of Avila, priest and doctor of the Church, Saint Nereus and Saint Achilleus, martyrs, Saint Christopher Magallanes, priest, and companions, martyrs, Saint Bede the Venerable, priest and doctor of the Church, The Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Saint Marcellinus and Saint Peter, martyrs, Saint Charles Lwanga and companions, martyrs, The Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church, Tuesday in the 10 Week in Ordinary Time, Wednesday in the 10 Week in Ordinary Time, Thursday in the 10 Week in Ordinary Time, Saint Ephrem, deacon and doctor of the Church, Friday in the 10 Week in Ordinary Time, Saint Anthony of Padua, priest and doctor of the Church, Tuesday in the 11 Week in Ordinary Time, Wednesday in the 11 Week in Ordinary Time, Friday in the 11 Week in Ordinary Time, Saturday in the 11 Week in Ordinary Time, Monday in the 12 Week in Ordinary Time, Wednesday in the 12 Week in Ordinary Time, Saint John Fisher, bishop, and Saint Thomas More, martyrs, The Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Monday in the 13 Week in Ordinary Time, Saint Cyril of Alexandria, bishop and doctor of the Church, Saint Irenaeus, bishop, martyr and doctor of the Church, Thursday in the 13 Week in Ordinary Time, Friday in the 13 Week in Ordinary Time, Saturday in the 13 Week in Ordinary Time, Monday in the 14 Week in Ordinary Time, Tuesday in the 14 Week in Ordinary Time, Wednesday in the 14 Week in Ordinary Time, Thursday in the 14 Week in Ordinary Time, Friday in the 14 Week in Ordinary Time, Saturday in the 14 Week in Ordinary Time, Saint Augustine Zhao Rong, priest, and companions, martyrs, Tuesday in the 15 Week in Ordinary Time, Wednesday in the 15 Week in Ordinary Time, Thursday in the 15 Week in Ordinary Time, Saint Bonaventure, bishop and doctor of the Church, Saturday in the 15 Week in Ordinary Time, Monday in the 16 Week in Ordinary Time, Tuesday in the 16 Week in Ordinary Time, Wednesday in the 16 Week in Ordinary Time, Thursday in the 16 Week in Ordinary Time, Saint Lawrence of Brindisi, priest and doctor of the Church, Saturday in the 16 Week in Ordinary Time, Saint Joachim and Saint Anne, parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Wednesday in the 17 Week in Ordinary Time, Thursday in the 17 Week in Ordinary Time, Saint Martha, Saint Mary and Saint Lazarus, Saturday in the 17 Week in Ordinary Time, Saint Peter Chrysologus, bishop and doctor of the Church, Saint Alphonsus Liguori, bishop and doctor of the Church, Tuesday in the 18 Week in Ordinary Time, Wednesday in the 18 Week in Ordinary Time, Friday in the 18 Week in Ordinary Time, The Dedication of the Basilica of Saint Mary Major in Rome, Tuesday in the 19 Week in Ordinary Time, Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, virgin and martyr, Friday in the 19 Week in Ordinary Time, Saturday in the 19 Week in Ordinary Time, Saint Pontian, pope, and Saint Hippolytus, priest, martyrs, The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Tuesday in the 20 Week in Ordinary Time, Wednesday in the 20 Week in Ordinary Time, Thursday in the 20 Week in Ordinary Time, Friday in the 20 Week in 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"PuVUj_{V]T6yn)pIV{/*DK~Cu#K|)V;vdY>oy%XAp0ioLac]iGI7\_ #IN stream Harriet Bedell, Deaconess and Missionary, 1969, The First Sunday After the Epiphany (The Baptism of Our Lord Jesus Christ), The Monday in the First Week After Epiphany, William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1645, The Tuesday in the First Week After Epiphany, The Wednesday in the First Week After Epiphany, The Thursday in the First Week After Epiphany, The Friday in the First Week After Epiphany, The Saturday in the First Week After Epiphany, The Monday in the Second Week After Epiphany, The Confession of Saint Peter the Apostle, The Tuesday in the Second Week After Epiphany, The Wednesday in the Second Week After Epiphany, The Thursday in the Second Week After Epiphany, The Friday in the Second Week After Epiphany, The Saturday in the Second Week After Epiphany, Vincent, Deacon of Saragossa, and Martyr, 304, Phillips Brooks, Bishop of Massachusetts, 1893, The Monday in the Third Week After Epiphany, Ordination of Florence Li Tim-Oi, First Woman Priest in the Anglican Communion, 1944, The Tuesday in the Third Week After Epiphany, The Wednesday in the Third Week After Epiphany, Timothy and Titus, Companions of Saint Paul, The Thursday in the Third Week After Epiphany, John Chrysostom, Bishop of Constantinople, 407, The Friday in the Third Week After Epiphany, The Saturday in the Third Week After Epiphany, The Monday in the Fourth Week After Epiphany, The Tuesday in the Fourth Week After Epiphany, The Presentation of Our Lord Jesus Christ in the Temple (Candlemas), The Wednesday in the Fourth Week After Epiphany, The Thursday in the Fourth Week After Epiphany, Anskar, Archbishop of Hamburg, Missionary to Denmark and Sweden, 865, The Friday in the Fourth Week After Epiphany, The Saturday in the Fourth Week After Epiphany, The Monday in the Fifth Week After Epiphany, The Tuesday in the Fifth Week After Epiphany, The Wednesday in the Fifth Week After Epiphany, The Thursday in the Fifth Week After Epiphany, The Friday in the Fifth Week After Epiphany, The Saturday in the Fifth Week After Epiphany, The Monday in the Sixth Week After Epiphany, Cyril, Monk, and Methodius, Bishop, Missionaries to the Slavs, 869, 885, The Tuesday in the Sixth Week After Epiphany, The Wednesday in the Sixth Week After Epiphany, The Thursday in the Sixth Week After Epiphany, Janani Luwum, Archbishop of Uganda, and Martyr, 1977, The Friday in the Sixth Week After Epiphany, The Saturday in the Sixth Week After Epiphany, The Monday in the Seventh Week After Epiphany, The Tuesday in the Seventh Week After Epiphany, The Wednesday in the Seventh Week After Epiphany, Polycarp, Bishop and Martyr of Smyrna, 156, The Thursday in the Seventh Week After Epiphany, The Friday in the Seventh Week After Epiphany, The Saturday in the Seventh Week After Epiphany, The Monday in the Last Week After Epiphany, Anna Julia Haywood Cooper, Educator, 1964, John and Charles Wesley, Priests, 1791, 1788, Perpetua and her Companions, Martyrs at Carthage, 202, James Theodore Holly, Bishop of Haiti, and of the Dominican Republic, 1911, Patrick, Bishop and Missionary of Ireland, 461, Thomas Ken, Bishop of Bath and Wells, 1711, Gregory the Illuminator, Bishop and Missionary of Armenia, c. 332, scar Romero, Archbishop of San Salvador, and the Martyrs of San Salvador, 1980, The Annunciation of Our Lord Jesus Christ to the Blessed Virgin Mary (Lady Day), The Fourth Sunday in Lent (Laetare Sunday), Charles Henry Brent, Bishop of the Philippines, and of Western New York, 1929, Martin Luther King, Jr., Civil Rights Leader, 1968, Tikhon, Patriarch of Russia, Confessor and Ecumenist, 1925, William Augustus Muhlenberg, Priest, 1877, George Augustus Selwyn, Bishop of New Zealand, and of Lichfield, 1878, The Sunday of the Resurrection (Easter Day), Alphege, Archbishop of Canterbury, and Martyr, 1012, Monnica, Mother of Augustine of Hippo, 387, Gregory of Nazianzus, Bishop of Constantinople, 389, Jackson Kemper, First Missionary Bishop in the United States, 1870, Bede, the Venerable, Priest, and Monk of Jarrow, 735, Augustine, First Archbishop of Canterbury, 605, The Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Boniface, Archbishop of Mainz, Missionary to Germany, and Martyr, 754, The Monday in the First Week After Pentecost, The Tuesday in the First Week After Pentecost, The Wednesday in the First Week After Pentecost, The Thursday in the First Week After Pentecost, The Friday in the First Week After Pentecost, The Saturday in the First Week After Pentecost, Bernard Mizeki, Catechist and Martyr in Rhodesia, 1896, The Monday in the Second Week After Pentecost, The Tuesday in the Second Week After Pentecost, The Wednesday in the Second Week After Pentecost, The Thursday in the Second Week After Pentecost, Eve of the Nativity of Saint John the Baptist, The Nativity of Saint John the Baptist (Midsummer Day), The Friday in the Second Week After Pentecost, The Saturday in the Second Week After Pentecost, The Monday in the Third Week After Pentecost, The Tuesday in the Third Week After Pentecost, The Wednesday in the Third Week After Pentecost, The Thursday in the Third Week After Pentecost, The Friday in the Third Week After Pentecost, The Saturday in the Third Week After Pentecost, The Monday in the Fourth Week After Pentecost, The Tuesday in the Fourth Week After Pentecost, The Wednesday in the Fourth Week After Pentecost, The Thursday in the Fourth Week After Pentecost, The Friday in the Fourth Week After Pentecost, The Saturday in the Fourth Week After Pentecost, The Monday in the Fifth Week After Pentecost, Benedict of Nursia, Abbot of Monte Cassino, c. 540, The Tuesday in the Fifth Week After Pentecost, The Wednesday in the Fifth Week After Pentecost, The Thursday in the Fifth Week After Pentecost, The Friday in the Fifth Week After Pentecost, The Saturday in the Fifth Week After Pentecost, William White, Bishop of Pennsylvania, 1836, The Monday in the Sixth Week After Pentecost, The Tuesday in the Sixth Week After Pentecost, The Wednesday in the Sixth Week After Pentecost, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Amelia Bloomer, Sojourner Truth, and Harriet Ross Tubman, The Thursday in the Sixth Week After Pentecost, The Friday in the Sixth Week After Pentecost, The Saturday in the Sixth Week After Pentecost, The Monday in the Seventh Week After Pentecost, The Tuesday in the Seventh Week After Pentecost, The Wednesday in the Seventh Week After Pentecost, The Thursday in the Seventh Week After Pentecost, The Friday in the Seventh Week After Pentecost, The Saturday in the Seventh Week After Pentecost, The Monday in the Eighth Week After Pentecost, The Tuesday in the Eighth Week After Pentecost, The Wednesday in the Eighth Week After Pentecost, The Thursday in the Eighth Week After Pentecost, The Friday in the Eighth Week After Pentecost, The Transfiguration of Our Lord Jesus Christ, The Saturday in the Eighth Week After Pentecost, The Monday in the Ninth Week After Pentecost, The Tuesday in the Ninth Week After Pentecost, The Wednesday in the Ninth Week After Pentecost, Laurence, Deacon, and Martyr at Rome, 258, The Thursday in the Ninth Week After Pentecost, The Friday in the Ninth Week After Pentecost, Florence Nightingale, Nurse, Social Reformer, 1910, The Saturday in the Ninth Week After Pentecost, Jeremy Taylor, Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore, 1667, Jonathan Myrick Daniels, Seminarian and Witness for Civil Rights, 1965, Saint Mary the Virgin, Mother of Our Lord Jesus Christ, The Monday in the Tenth Week After Pentecost, The Tuesday in the Tenth Week After Pentecost, The Wednesday in the Tenth Week After Pentecost, The Thursday in the Tenth Week After Pentecost, The Friday in the Tenth Week After Pentecost, The Saturday in the Tenth Week After Pentecost, The Monday in the Eleventh Week After Pentecost, The Tuesday in the Eleventh Week After Pentecost, The Wednesday in the Eleventh Week After Pentecost, The Thursday in the Eleventh Week After Pentecost, The Friday in the Eleventh Week After Pentecost, The Saturday in the Eleventh Week After Pentecost, Thomas Gallaudet, 1902 with Henry Winter Syle, 1890, The Monday in the Twelfth Week After Pentecost, The Tuesday in the Twelfth Week After Pentecost, The Wednesday in the Twelfth Week After Pentecost, The Thursday in the Twelfth Week After Pentecost, David Pendleton Oakerhater, Deacon and Missionary, 1931, The Friday in the Twelfth Week After Pentecost, The Saturday in the Twelfth Week After Pentecost, The Monday in the Thirteenth Week After Pentecost, The Tuesday in the Thirteenth Week After Pentecost, The Wednesday in the Thirteenth Week After Pentecost, The Thursday in the Thirteenth Week After Pentecost, The Friday in the Thirteenth Week After Pentecost, The Saturday in the Thirteenth Week After Pentecost, The Monday in the Fourteenth Week After Pentecost, John Henry Hobart, Bishop of New York, 1830, The Tuesday in the Fourteenth Week After Pentecost, Cyprian, Bishop and Martyr of Carthage, 258, The Wednesday in the Fourteenth Week After Pentecost, The Thursday in the Fourteenth Week After Pentecost, The Friday in the Fourteenth Week After Pentecost, The Saturday in the Fourteenth Week After Pentecost, The Monday in the Fifteenth Week After Pentecost, Theodore of Tarsus, Archbishop of Canterbury, 690, The Tuesday in the Fifteenth Week After Pentecost, John Coleridge Patteson, Bishop of Melanesia, and his Companions, Martyrs, 1871, The Wednesday in the Fifteenth Week After Pentecost, The Thursday in the Fifteenth Week After Pentecost, Philander Chase, Bishop of Ohio, and of Illinois, 1852, The Friday in the Fifteenth Week After Pentecost, The Saturday in the Fifteenth Week After Pentecost, Sergius, Abbot of Holy Trinity, Moscow, 1392, The Monday in the Sixteenth Week After Pentecost, Lancelot Andrewes, Bishop of Winchester, 1626, The Tuesday in the Sixteenth Week After Pentecost, The Wednesday in the Sixteenth Week After Pentecost, Saint Michael and All Angels (Michaelmas), The Thursday in the Sixteenth Week After Pentecost, The Friday in the Sixteenth Week After Pentecost, Jerome, Priest, and Monk of Bethlehem, 420, The Saturday in the Sixteenth Week After Pentecost, The Monday in the Seventeenth Week After Pentecost, The Tuesday in the Seventeenth Week After Pentecost, The Wednesday in the Seventeenth Week After Pentecost, The Thursday in the Seventeenth Week After Pentecost, The Friday in the Seventeenth Week After Pentecost, The Saturday in the Seventeenth Week After Pentecost, Robert Grosseteste, Bishop of Lincoln, 1253, The Monday in the Eighteenth Week After Pentecost, Vida Dutton Scudder, Educator and Witness for Peace, 1954, The Tuesday in the Eighteenth Week After Pentecost, The Wednesday in the Eighteenth Week After Pentecost, The Thursday in the Eighteenth Week After Pentecost, The Friday in the Eighteenth Week After Pentecost, Samuel Isaac Joseph Schereschewsky, Bishop of Shanghai, 1906, The Saturday in the Eighteenth Week After Pentecost, Hugh Latimer and Nicholas Ridley, Bishops, 1555 and Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1556, The Monday in the Nineteenth Week After Pentecost, Ignatius, Bishop of Antioch, and Martyr, c. 115, The Tuesday in the Nineteenth Week After Pentecost, The Wednesday in the Nineteenth Week After Pentecost, Henry Martyn, Priest, and Missionary to India and Persia, 1812, The Thursday in the Nineteenth Week After Pentecost, The Friday in the Nineteenth Week After Pentecost, The Saturday in the Nineteenth Week After Pentecost, Saint James of Jerusalem, Brother of Our Lord Jesus Christ, and Martyr, The Monday in the Twentieth Week After Pentecost, The Tuesday in the Twentieth Week After Pentecost, The Wednesday in the Twentieth Week After Pentecost, Alfred the Great, King of the West Saxons, 899, The Thursday in the Twentieth Week After Pentecost, The Friday in the Twentieth Week After Pentecost, The Saturday in the Twentieth Week After Pentecost, James Hannington, Bishop of Eastern Equatorial Africa, and his Companions, Martyrs, 1885, The Monday in the Twenty-First Week After Pentecost, The Tuesday in the Twenty-First Week After Pentecost, The Wednesday in the Twenty-First Week After Pentecost, Commemoration of All Faithful Departed (All Souls Day), The Thursday in the Twenty-First Week After Pentecost, The Friday in the Twenty-First Week After Pentecost, The Saturday in the Twenty-First Week After Pentecost, William Temple, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1944, The Monday in the Twenty-Second Week After Pentecost, Willibrord, Archbishop of Utrecht, Missionary to Frisia, 739, The Tuesday in the Twenty-Second Week After Pentecost, The Wednesday in the Twenty-Second Week After Pentecost, The Thursday in the Twenty-Second Week After Pentecost, The Friday in the Twenty-Second Week After Pentecost, The Saturday in the Twenty-Second Week After Pentecost, The Monday in the Twenty-Third Week After Pentecost, Consecration of Samuel Seabury, First American Bishop, 1784, The Tuesday in the Twenty-Third Week After Pentecost, The Wednesday in the Twenty-Third Week After Pentecost, The Thursday in the Twenty-Third Week After Pentecost, The Friday in the Twenty-Third Week After Pentecost, The Saturday in the Twenty-Third Week After Pentecost, The Last Sunday After Pentecost (Christ the King), The Monday in the Last Week After Pentecost, The Tuesday in the Last Week After Pentecost, Clive Staples Lewis, Apologist and Spiritual Writer, 1963, The Wednesday in the Last Week After Pentecost, The Thursday in the Last Week After Pentecost, The Friday in the Last Week After Pentecost, James Otis Sargent Huntington, Priest and Monk, 1935, The Saturday in the Last Week After Pentecost, The First Sunday of Advent (Advent Sunday), Kamehameha and Emma, King and Queen of Hawaii, 1864, 1885, Channing Moore Williams, Missionary Bishop in China and Japan, 1910, The Third Sunday of Advent (Gaudete Sunday), The Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ (Christmas Day), Frances Joseph-Gaudet, Educator and Prison Reformer, 1934.