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WHAT DOES CANDLEMAS MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Presentation of Jesus at the Temple
The Presentation of Jesus at the Temple, which falls on 2 February, celebrates an early episode in the life of Jesus. In the Eastern Orthodox Church and some Eastern Catholic Churches, it is one of the twelve Great Feasts, and is sometimes called Hypapante. Other traditional names include Candlemas, the Feast of the Purification of the Virgin, and the Meeting of the Lord. In the Roman Catholic Church the "Feast of the Presentation of the Lord" is a Feast Day, the major feast between the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul the Apostle on 25 January and the Feast of the Chair of St. Peter the Apostle on 22 February. In some Western liturgical churches, Vespers on the Feast of the Presentation marks the end of the Epiphany season. In the Church of England, the Presentation of Christ in the Temple is a Principal Feast celebrated either on 2 February or on the Sunday between 28 January and 3 February. In the Latin Church of the Roman Catholic Church, the Presentation of Jesus at the Temple is the fourth Joyful Mystery of the Rosary. It was also reflected in the practice of the churching of new mothers, forty days after the birth of a child.
The definition of Candlemas in the dictionary is Feb 2, the Feast of the Purification of the Virgin Mary and the presentation of Christ in the Temple: the day on which the church candles are blessed. In Scotland it is one of the four quarter days.
The translations of Candlemas from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «Candlemas» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «CANDLEMAS» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about Candlemas
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CANDLEMAS»
Discover the use of Candlemas in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Candlemas and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Simon Proctor, once a successful musician, accepts help from Gwendolyn and Adrienne, two witches, in order to reach the top again
Jeffrey Sackett, 1988
Candlemas: Feast of Flames
Known as Candlemas, Imbolg, Brigantia, or Lupercalia, it is a hope-filled
celebration held in early February to welcome the returning light and the promise
of spring. Candlemas sheds light on the origins, lore, and customs of this ancient
Amber K, Azrael Arynn K, 2001
Eternity Today: On God and time, Advent, Christmas, ...
As an aid to reflection, this book incorporates numerous selections of contemporary poetry, thereby demonstrating how secular poets can often hit upon a point that finds its echo in Christian life and ritual.
Martin Connell, 2006
Hay & Stardust: Resources for Christmas to Candlemas
A collection of worship and meditation resources for the season of Christmastide - including Christmas Day, Holy Innocents' Day, Winter and New Year, Epiphany, Homelessness Sunday and Candlemas.
Ruth Burgess, 2005
Dictionary of Proverbs
Candlemas Day xv, If Maries purifying-day Be cleare and bright with sunny raie,
Then frost and cold shall he much more, After the feast than was before. 1640:
Countrym. Counsellor, in Helps to Discourse, 224, When on the Purification sun ...
George Latimer Apperson, Martin H. Manser, Stephen J. Curtis, 2005
Eternity Today, Vol. 1: On the Liturgical Year: On God and ...
Eternity Today is a vade mecum for anyone who wishes to observe the liturgical year with intelligent devotion.
Martin Connell, 2006
Celebrating Christ's Appearing: Advent to Candlemas
"This helpful book is the first of two volumes that encourage parishes and other communities to explore the way they mark the festivals and seasons, and that offer practical advice on how to celebrate the Christian story through the ...
Benjamin Gordon-Taylor, Simon Jones, 2008
Though the Candlemas lore from the British Isles, brought to America by our
English ancestors, dealt with weather prognostication, no groundhog or other
animal was involved. But our German forebears also had folklore surrounding ...
Don Yoder, 2003
Candlemas, February 2
Although occasionally there may be certain imperfections with these old texts, we feel they deserve to be made available for future generations to enjoy.
Church Of England. Liturgy And Ritual, 2013
The Dramatic Liturgy of Anglo-Saxon England
CANDLEMAS is one of the most intriguing feast-days in late Anglo- Saxon
England, and it attracts some of the liturgical year's most interesting innovations
in establishing dramatic identification. As the commemoration of the purification
of Mary ...
M. Bradford Bedingfield, 2002
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CANDLEMAS»
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Multi-Media Project Brings 15th-Century Processional to Life
To capture something of the character of Candlemas, the singers, with lanterns in hand, began their performance with a processional into ... «Bryn Mawr Now, Jun 15»
Küünlapäev = Candlemas = Groundhog Day Estonian Life (1)
The occasion was the 55th anniversary of Küünlapäev, known in Europe as Candlemas and in North America by the somewhat less romantic ... «Eesti elu, Mar 15»
Spring Will Come, Despite What the Groundhog Says
Today is also Candlemas, or the middle of the winter season, halfway between the December solstice and the March equinox. Candlemas was ... «Space.com, Feb 15»
Candlemas Illuminated: Feast of the Presentation
For Candlemas, there is often — when blizzards are not blowing and ice is not storming — a procession and a prayer at the local parish and ... «Patheos, Feb 15»
CANDLEMAS, GROUNDHOG DAY
"If Candlemas Day be dark with clouds and rain, winter is gone and won't come again." "Now what we have today is a meandering rain/snow ... «Cambridge Community Television, Feb 15»
Groundhog Was Once on Punxsutawney's Menu
According to legend, a sunny Candlemas was said to have meant another 40 days of cold and snow. (“For as the sun shines on Candlemas ... «History, Feb 15»
Schola Adventus announces music for Candlemas 2015
Candlemas is the Christian holiday also known at the Presentation of Jesus at the Temple. For the Church of England and the Episcopal ... «Examiner.com, Feb 15»
Resurrecting baby Jesus takes a little paint and a fancy dress
If she succeeds, she will have done so by Sunday, the day before Dia de la Candelaria or Candlemas, when the infant Christ must look his best ... «Los Angeles Times, Feb 15»
PROFESSING FAITH: The story of Candlemas
But its ancient name in the West is Candlemas. It has been observed by a variety of denominations but not a lot has been said in recent years. «Redlands Daily Facts, Jan 15»
The Right and Wrong of Imbolc
Like most holidays the origins of Imbolc, Candlemas, and Groundhog Day are shrouded in mystery, but there are a few things we can say with ... «Patheos, Jan 15»
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