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Great Feast of the Holy Theophany of Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ - Celebration - Sunday after

Great Feast
Holy Theophany
Our Lord,
God and Savior,
Jesus Christ
Holy
and
Glorious
Pascha
Holy Mystery
of Baptism
Prayer
Water
Great
Blessing
Explanation
Water
Great
Blessing
Prayer
Blessing
Water

 

Cycle Prepare
Cycle
Paramony Feast Divine
Liurgy
Chang-
able
Prayer
Prayer
Water
Great
Bless
Explan-
ation
Water
Great
Bless
Prayer
House
Bless
Icon Cele-
brate
Cycle
2 Day
Synaxis
John
Baptist

 

Celebration
DayCommemorateDateDay of
Theo-
phany
Cele-
bration
Day of
Nativty
Cele-
bration
ApostolosGospel
Sunday
after
Theophany
 Between
7 and 13
  Eph.
4:7-14
Mt.
4:12-17

 

Eparch Cyrille Bustros's Homily, Melkite Greek Catholic Church, Eparchy of Newton (Our Lady of the Annunciation (Al Bisharah) in Roslindale, Massachusetts), United States

2007

Date

32d Sunday
after
Great Feast
of
Pentecost
(Sunday after)
15th Week
of
Great Feast
of
Holy Cross
Number
Sunday
after
Great Feast
of
Holy Theophany
Last Sunday
Pentecost Cycle
Holy Cross Cycle
Number
Sunday
The First Sunday
of Triodion
Pharisee and
Publican
is
Sunday after
Great Feast
of
Holy Theophany
30 January, 20003thNo5th
21 January, 20012dNo4th
26 January, 20032dNo4th
25 January, 20042dYes3th
22 January, 20062dNo4th
21 January, 20072dYes3th
25 January, 20092dYes3th
17 January, 20101stYes2d
30 January, 20113dNo5th

Last Sunday before The First Sunday of the Triodion / The First Sunday of the Prophonisimon: Sunday of the Pharisee and the Publican

The Sunday after the Great Feast of the Holy Theophany of Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ is one of three Sundays that can be the last Sunday before The First Sunday of the Triodion / The First Sunday of the Prophonisimon: Sunday of the Pharisee and the Publican.
This is explained in Great Feast of Pentecost Cycle and Great Feast of the Exaltation of the Precious and Lifegiving Cross Cycle - Last Sunday before The First Sunday of the Triodion / The First Sunday of the Prophonisimon: Sunday of the Pharisee and the Publican

Feasts of Feasts Holy and Glorious Pascha Cycle in Latin Catholic Dominated Countries

Some important dates in Feasts of Feasts Holy and Glorious Pascha Cycle in Latin Catholic Dominated Countries for the years 2000-2010.

 

Celebration
DayCommemorateDateDay of
Theo-
phany
Cele-
bration
Day of
Nativty
Cele-
bration
ApostolosGospel
Holy
Theophany
Jesus
Christ's

baptism
6113Gal.
4:4-7
Titus
2:11-14
3:4-7
Mt.
2:1-12
Mt.
3:13-17
Second Day
Celebration
Synaxis of
Prophet and
Glorious
Forerunner
John the
Baptist
7214Acts
19:1-8
Jn.
1:29-34
Saturday
after
Theophany
 Between
7 and 13
  Eph.
6:10-17
Mt.
4:1-11
Sunday
after
Theophany
 Between
7 and 13
  Eph.
4:7-14
Mt.
4:12-17
Third Day
Celebration
our Venerable
Mother
Dominica;

our Holy
Father
George
the Chosebite
8315James
3:1-10
Jn.
5:24-30
Fourth Day
Celebration
Holy Martyr
Polyeuctus
9416James
3:11-4:6
2 Tim.
2:1-10
Jn
6:35-39
Mk.
1:9-1
Fifth Day
Celebration
our Holy
Father
Gregory,
Bishop
Nyssa;

Holy Marcian,
Priest and
Procurer
Great Church;

Holy
Dometian,
Bishop of
Melitene
10517James
4:7-5:9
Eph.
4:7-13
Jn.
6:40-48
Lk.
3:19-22
Mt.
4:25
5:1-12a
Sixth Day
Celebration
our Holy
Father
Theodosius,
Founder of
Monasteries
11618Heb.
13:7-16
Mt.
11:27-30
Lk.
4:1-15
Seventh Day
Celebration
Holy
Woman
Martyr
Tatiana
12719Heb.
11:33-12:1
Jn.
6:40-48
Eighth Day
Celebration
Holy
Martyrs
Ermylus
Stratonicus
138201 Cor.
1:18-24
Jn.
48-55
Leave-
taking
Holy
Theophany
our Holy
Fathers
who were
martyred
in Sinai and
Raitho
14921Heb.
10:32-38a
Lk.
12:32-40

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