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Our circle-of-the-year Catholic liturgical calendar , in honor of the 49th annual International Eucharistic Congress, begins with the First Sunday of Advent and presents all the Sundays and weekdays of the liturgical year for 2008. The Sundays of the year form the outer circle, and each spoke of the wheel represents a week. The seasons are defined by colors and weekdays are marked with seasons, solemnities, feasts, fast days, and memorials of the saints.This year's calendar combines images to display the centrality of Christ in the Church's life. In the center you will encounter the resurrected Christ standing with palms facing us in a gesture of welcome. In the upper corners of the calendar, you will find images of the Mass depicting the Liturgy of the Word and the Liturgy of the Eucharist. Finally, in the lower two corners you will see pictures of how we bring Christ's presence in the world through both ordinary activities and acts of service to others.On the back of the calendar you will find a guide to using the calendar, ideas for use, general information about the liturgical year, and information about the art and artist. This information is also available through a PDF file on this site. Available in both English and Spanish!Use the Year of Grace Calendar in many ways:
Give (or sell) one to every household in the parish or school.
Hang a poster calendar in every classroom.
Have students report on the significance of various days.
Present calendars to first communicants and Confirmation candidates.
Adorn the church vestibule and gathering space.
Don't forget the teacher's lounge, offices, and public areas in the school! Published by Liturgy Training Publications.
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Suzanne Duranceau was born, raised, and educated in Montreal, Quebec. In 1972, she received a degree in French Literature from the St. Laurent CEGEP and was accepted as a self-taught student at the Montreal School of Fine Arts, where she studied painting and etching. After a year of advanced training in animation at the prestigious National Film Board of Canada, she discovered illustration. During her many years of work, her artistic activity has touched many fields of interest such as magazines, books, advertising, posters, and children's literature.
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