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Prayers for Epiphany 2. By Mr Mike Elliott. Heavenly Father, creator of a universe full of wonder and many still-hidden mysteries. Help us in our modern.
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Within the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church, until , the feast of the Epiphany had an octave , and was thus celebrated from 6 until 13 January.

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After Pope Pius XII removed this octave, the liturgy of those days continued to use the same texts as previously, thus giving to the period until the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord, which replaced the Octave Day of the Epiphany, a special character that was still recognized by the Code of Rubrics. This defined the season of Christmas as extending from First Vespers of Christmas to 13 January inclusive, and divided this season into Christmastide , ending just before First Vespers of the Epiphany, and Epiphany not Epiphanytide and, as is obvious, no longer the Octave of the Epiphany from then until 13 January inclusive one week.

This latter feast is now usually celebrated on the Sunday after 6 January, and not later than 13 January. The season immediately following the Octave Day of the Epiphany until , or the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord since , and in which the liturgical colour is green, was for the first time given a name in the Code of Rubrics, which in Latin called it the season per annum.

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Until , it ran from that date to just before First Vespers of Septuagesima Sunday , but since to just before Ash Wednesday. However, the Encyclopedia of Catholic Devotions and Practices , which has received the imprimatur of John Michael D'Arcy , refers to this period as Epiphanytide, stating that "The Epiphany season extends from January 6 to Septuagesima Sunday, and has from one to six Sundays, according to the date of Easter.

White is the color for the octave; green is the liturgical color for the season. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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This article is about the Western Christian practice. For East Syrian season of Epiphany, see Denha. Christianity portal. Christian Advocate. United Methodist Publishing House. The Methodist Church in Singapore. Retrieved 24 November Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter. Retrieved 15 January Encyclopedia of Catholic Devotions and Practices. Our Sunday Visitor Publishing.

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Namespaces Article Talk. Father God, we bring our offering of worship and with it the service of our lives through this coming week.

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May we go from this place knowing that we have met with you and been blessed by your Spirit, to live and work to your glory. God whose love reaches to the highest heavens how can we keep silent?

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God whose righteousness stands like the tallest mountain how can we keep silent? God whose justice is deeper than any ocean how can we keep silent? God whose grace flows like a never-ending river how can we keep silent?

How can we not proclaim your majesty from generation to generation? How can we not raise the lamp of your Salvation for all the world to see?

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God whose love reaches to the highest heavens we praise your mighty name! We pray for confidence to share your Word with others and for the opportunity to proclaim it. Forgive our reluctance, our timidity. We pray for wisdom to know what should be said and the moment in which to say it.