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Presentation by Antoine SolouniasGreat Feast of the Holy Hypapanty of Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ and the Purification of The Theotokos Cycle

Great Feast
of Holy Hypapanty
Jesus Christ
and
Purification Theotokos
Blessing Candles Churching a Baby
Liturgical Service
Churching a Baby
Liturgical Service Text
is in
Liturgy John Chrysostom
Appendix 2, page 98
The Eparchy of Newton, 2009
Churching a Baby
Liturgical Service Text
Euchologion
Eparchy of Newton
1999
Churching a Baby
Liturgical Service Text
St. Anne Church
Woman after
Childbirth
Prayer
Naming Child
Prayer
Holy Mysteries
Christian Illumination
Baptism

 

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Feast Celebrate
Cycle
2d Day
Celebrate

 

Preparation
DayCommemorateDateApostolosGospel
Nativity
(1st Day
Nativity)
Jesus
Christ's

birth
in
human
form.
25 Dec.Gal.
4:4-7
Mt.
2:1-12
Circumcision
(Eighth Day
Celebration)
Jesus
Christ's

Circum-
cision.
1 Jan.Col.
2:8-12
Lk.
2:20-21
40-52
Preparation
Holy
Hypapanty

(39th Day
Nativity)
Holy Martyr
Tryphon
1 Feb.Rom.
8:23-39
Lk.
10:19-21

 

Celebration
DayCommemorateDateApostolosGospel
Holy
Hypapanty
of Our Lord,
God
Savior,
Jesus
Christ

(40th Day
Nativity)

Purifi-
cation
of
Theotokos
Theotokos
bringing
Jesus
Christ
to Temple
at prescribed
time
for prescribed
rituals.
2Heb.
7:7-17
Lk.
2:22-40
Second Day
Celebration
Holy Simeon
the Just
who recieved
the Lord
and
St. Anna
the Prophetess
3Heb.
9:11-14
Lk.
2:25-38
Third Day
Celebration
Holy Father
Isidore
of
Pellusium
4  
Fourth Day
Celebration
Holy Woman
Martyr
Agatha
5  
Fifth Day
Celebration
Holy Father
Boukolos,
Bishop of
Smyrna
6  
Sixth Day
Celebration
Holy Father
Parthenius,
Bishop
of
Lampsacus
7  
Seventh Day
Celebration
Holy
Great-Martyr
Theodore,
General
of the Armies,
and of
Prophet
Zachary
8Eph.
2:4-10
Mt.
10:16-22
Leave-takingHoly Martyr
Nicephorus
9Eph.
5:8b-19
Lk.
21:12-19

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