Septuagesima is January 24 …


…. so according to the Anglican Breviary there will 26 Sundays after Trinity, 2 Sundays after Epiphany. The Office of the III Sunday after Epiphany is said on the Thursday before Septuagesima, the Office of the IV Sunday after Epiphany is said on the Friday before Septuagesima, the Office of the V Sunday after Epiphany is said on the Saturday before Septuagesima and the VI Sunday after Epiphany will be the 25th Sunday after Trinity.

Now you know.

Fr. Gregory Wassen

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I am an Anglican Catholic Priest, currently residing in Orvelte, the Netherlands.
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2 Responses to Septuagesima is January 24 …

  1. Charles Smith says:

    I was all good until the last epiphany Sunday, did you really mean the VI Sunday after Epiphany would be 25th Sunday after Trinity, I was really lost with that

    • Father Gregory says:

      Hi Charles!

      Yes I did. It is on the chart in the beginning of the AB right opposite the aperi domine page … 😉

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