Changes in the Calendar

The Vatican II Church has radically changed the calendar from the calendar of the Catholic Church. Saint Pius X revised the Breviary and calendar, as did Pope Pius XII. Antipope John XXIII began the reduction and elimination of feasts with the heretial decree 'Rubicarum Instructum', which declared that some feasts were useless repetitions, and that some historical readings in the Breviary were only myths. JANUARY Feasts marked in violet have been eliminated from the calendar of the Novus Ordo Vatican II Church. Items in Red have been moved or changed. 1. FEAST OF THE CIRCUMCISION, Changed to Mary, the Mother of God. 2. Ferial Day 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 HOLY NAME OF JESUS 3. Ferial Day 2006, HOLY NAME OF JESUS 4. Ferial day 2000, HOLY NAME OF JESUS 5. Vigil of the Epiphany Note that if a Lord's day falls between January 2 and 5, the FEAST OF THE HOLY NAME OF JESUS is celebrated, if there is no Lord's day, then this feast is celebrated on January 2nd. (transfered to the Sunday after Christmas) 6. EPIPHANY OF OUR LORD, DOUBLE OF THE FIRST CLASS 7. Ferial Day 8. Ferial day 9. Ferial Day 10. Ferial Day 11. Commemoration of St. Hyginus, Pope and Martyr 12. Ferial day 13. Baptism of Our Lord Lord's Day between January 7 and 13: Feast of the Holy Family, Greater Double, commemoration of First Lord's day after Epiphany 14. St. Hilary, bishop, confessor and doctor of the Church, Double, commemoration of St. Felix, priest and martyr 15. St. Paul the first hermit, Double, commemoration of St. Maur, abbot 16. Commemoration of St. Marcellus I, Pope and Martyr 17. St. Anthony, Abbot, Double

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18. St. Peter's Chair at Rome, Greater Double, commemoration of St. Prisca, virgin and martyr begin unity octave 19. Commemoration of Sts. Marius and Companions, and St. Canute, King, Martyrs 20. Sts. Fabian and Sebastian, Martyrs, Double 21. St. Agnes, Virgin and Martyr, Double 22. Sts. Vincent and Anastasius, martyrs (simple) 23. St. Raymond of Pennafort, confessor, Simple, commemoration of St. Emerentiana, Virgin and Martyr 24. St. Timothy, Bishop and Martyr, Double (Transferred to January 26) 25. Conversion of St. Paul, Greater double 26. St. Polycarp, Bishop and Martyr, Double (transferred to February 23) 27. St. John Chrysostom, Bishop, Confessor and Doctor of the Church, Double (transferred to September 13) 28. St. Peter Nolasco, Double, commemoration of St. Agnes, virgin and martyr 29. St. Francis de Sales, Bishop, Double, Confessor and Doctor of the Church (transfered to January 24) 30. St. Martina, Virgin and Martyr, Simple 31. St. John Bosco, Confessor, Double February 1. St. Ignatius, Bishop and Martyr, Double (transferred to October 17) 2. PURIFICATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN, ALSO CALLED CANDLEMAS, DOUBLE OF THE SECOND CLASS (now called the Feast of the Presentation of Our Lord) 3. Commemoration of St. Blaise, Bishop and Martyr 4. St. Andrew Corsini, Bishop and Confessor, Double 5. St. Agatha, Virgin and Martyr, Double 6. St. Titus, Bishop and Confessor, Double, (transferred to January 26) commemoration of St. Dorothy, Virgin and Martyr 7. St. Romuald, Abbot, Double 8. St. John of Matha, confessor, Double 9. St. Cyril of Alexandria, Confessor and doctor, Double, commemoration of St. Apollonia, virgin and martyr 10. St. Scholastica, virgin, Double 11. Apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary Immaculate, Major double 12. Seven Holy Founders of the Servites, confessors, Double

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13. Ferial Day 14. Commemoration of St. Valentine, priest and martyr 15. Commemoration of Sts. Faustina and Jovita, martyrs 16. ferial day 17. ferial day 18. Commemoration of St. Simeon, bishop and martyr 19. ferial day 20. ferial day 21. ferial Day 22. St. Peter's Chair at Antioch, greater double (now called Saint Peter's Chair) 23. St. Peter Damian, bishop, confessor and doctor, Double 24. ST. MATHIAS, APOSTLE (25th in Leap years) (transferred to May 14 25. Ferial Day 26. Ferial Day 27. St. Gabriel of Our Lady of Sorrows, confessor, Double (28th in leap years) 28. Ferial day MARCH 1. Ferial day 2. Ferial day 3. Ferial day 4. Commemoration of St. Casismir, confessor and St. Lucius Pope and Martyr 5. Ferial day 6. Sts. Perpetua and Felicitas, Martyrs, Double, (transferred to March 7) 7. St. Thomas Aquinas, confessor and doctor of the Church, Double (Transferred to January 28) 8. St. John of God, Confessor, Double 9. St. Frances of Rome, widow, Double 10. Commemoration of the Forty Martyrs 11. Ferial day 12. St. Gregory I, Pope, confessor and doctor of the Church, Double (transferred to September 3) 13. Ferial day 14. Ferial day 15. Ferial day

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16. Ferial day 17. St. Patirck, Bishop and Confessor, Double 18. St. Cyril, bishop of Jerusalem, confessor and doctor of the Church, Double 19. ST. JOSEPH, SPOUSE OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY, DOUBLE OF THE FIRST CLASS * 20. Ferial day 21. St. Benedict, Abbot, Double Major 22. In America, St. Isidore, Farmer, double 23. Ferial day 24. St. Gabriel the Archangel, greater double (transferred to September 29) 25. ANNUNCIATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY, DOUBLE OF THE FIRST CLASS * 26. Ferial day 27. St. John Damascene, confessor and doctor of the Church, Double 28. Commemoration of St. John of Capistran (San Juan Capistrano), confessor 29. Ferial day 30. Ferial day 31. Ferial day * Note, if the Feast of the Annunication (March 25th) or Saint Joseph (March 19) falls in Holy Week or Easter Week these are transferred to the first free day after Low Sunday. APRIL 1. Ferial day 2. St. Francis of Paula, confessor, Double 3. Ferial day 4. St. Isidore, Doctor of the Church, Double 5. St. Vincent Ferrer, Double 6. Ferial day 7. Ferial day 8. Ferial day 9. Ferial day 10. Ferial day 11. Saint Leo I, Pope and Doctor of the Church, Double (transferred to November 10) 12. Ferial day 13. St. Hermenegild, Simple

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14. St. Justin Martyr, Double (transferred to June 1), Commemoration of Sts. Tiburtius, Valerian and Maximus, martyrs 15. Ferial day 16. Ferial day 17. Commemoration of St. Anicetus, pope and marytr 18. Ferial day 19. ferial day 20. ferial day 21. St. Anselm, bishop, confessor and doctor of the Church, Double 22. Sts. Soter and Caius, popes and martyrs, simple 23. St. George, martyr, simple 24. St. Fidelis of Sigmaringen, martyr, Double 25. ST. MARK THE EVANGELIST greater litanies 26. Sts. Cletus and Marcelinus, popes and martyrs, simple 27. St. Peter Canisius, confessor and doctor of the Church, Double 28. St. Paul of the Cross, confessor, Double, commemoration of St. Vitalis, martyr 29. St. Peter, martyr, Double 30. St. Catherine of Sienna, virgin, Double (transferred to April 29) MAY 1. SAINT JOSEPH THE WORKMAN double of the first class (Sts. Philip and James Apostles are permanently impeded and their feast transfered to May 11, unless this is a Lord's day.) 2. St. Athanasius, bishop, confessor and doctor of the Church, author of the Athanasian Creed read in the Divine Office at Prime on Trinity Lord's day, Double 3. FINDING OF THE HOLY CROSS, DOUBLE OF THE SECOND CLASS, commemoration of St. Alexander I, Pope, Eventius and Theodolus, martyrs and Juvenal, bishop and confessor 4. St. Monica, widow, mother of St. Augustine, Double (transferred to August 27) 5. St. Pius V, Pope and Confessor, Double 6. St. John before the Latin gate, Greater Double 7. St. Stanislaus, bishop and martyr, Double 8. Apparition of St. Michael the Archangel, Greater Double 9. St. Gregory Nanzianzen, bishop, confessor and doctor of the Church, Double (transferred to January 2)

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10. St. Antoninus, bishop and confesor, Double, commemoration of Sts. Gordian and Epimachus, martyrs 11. STS. PHILIP AND JAMES, APOSTLES, DOUBLE OF THE SECOND CLASS, transferred from May 1 (Note this feast is transferred to May 21, if this is a Lord's day) (in Conciliar Church celebrated on May 3) 12. Sts. Nereus, Achilleus, Domitilla and Pancras, martyrs, simple 13. St. Robert Bellarmine, bishop, confessor and doctor of the Church author of de Romano Pontifice, Double 14. Commemoration of St. Boniface, martyr 15. St. John Baptist de la Salle, confessor, Double 16. St. Ubald, bishop and confessor, Simple 17. St. Paschal Baylon, confessor, Double 18. St. Venantius, martyr, Double 19. St. Celestine, pope and confessor, Double, commemoration of St. Prudentiana, virgin 20. St. Bernadine of Sienna, Simple 21. Ferial day 22. Ferial Day 23. Ferial day 24. Ferial day 25. St. Gregory VII, Pope and confessor, Double, commemoration of St. Urban, Pope and Martyr 26. St. Philip Neri, confessor, Double, commemoration of St. Eleutherius, Pope and Martyr 27. St. Bede the Venerable, confessor and doctor of the Church, Double, commemoration of St. John I, Pope and Martyr 28. St. Augustine, Bishop and confessor, Double 29. Saint Mary Magdalene de Pazzi, Simple 30. Commemoration of St. Felix I, Pope and Martyr 31. THE QUEENSHIP OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN, Double of the Second Class

JUNE 1. St. Angela Merici, Double 2. Commemoration of Sts. Marcellinus, Peter and Erasmus, bishops and martyrs 6

3. Ferial day 4. St. Francis Caracciolo, confessor, Double 5. St. Boniface, bishop and martyr, Double 6. St. Norbert, bishop and confessor, Double 7. Ferial day 8. Ferial day 9. Commemoration of Sts. Primus and Felician, Martyrs 10. Saint Margaret, Queen, Simple 11. St. Barnabas, Apostle, greater double 12. St. John of Facundus, confessor, commemoration of Sts. Basilides, Cyrinus, Nabor and Nazarius, Martyrs 13. St. Anthony of Padua, confessor and doctor of the Church, Double 14. St. Basil the Great, bishop, confessor and doctor of the Church (transferred to January 2) 15. Commemoration of Sts. Vitus and Modestus and Cresentia, martyrs 16. ferial day 17. ferial day 18. St. Ephraem, deacon, confessor and doctor of the Church, Double, commemoration of Sts. Mark and Marcellian, martyrs 19. St. Juliana Falconieri, virgin, Double, commemoration of Sts. Gervase and Protaase, martyrs 20. Commemoration of St. Silverius, Pope and Martyr, 21. St. Aloysius Gonzaga, confessor, Double 22. St. Paulinus, bishop and confessor, Double 23. Vigil of St. John the Baptist 24. BIRTHDAY OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST, double of the first class 25. St. William, Abbot, Double 26. Sts. John and Paul, martyrs, Double 27. Ferial day 28. St. Irenaeus, bishop and martyr, Double, commemoration of the the vigil of Sts. Peter and Paul 29. STS. PETER AND PAUL, APOSTLES, double of the first class 30. Commemoration of St. Paul, Apostles, greater double

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1. MOST PRECIOUS BLOOD OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST, double of the first class 2. VISITATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY, double of the Second class (transferred to may 31), commemoration of Sts. Processus and Martinian, martyrs 3. St. Leo II, Pope and confessor, Simple 4. ALL HOLY POPES, double of the second class, (Feast extended to the Universal Church by Pope Michael) 5. St. Anthony Mary Zaccaria, confessor, Double 6. Ferial day 7. Sts. Cyril and Methodius, bishops and confessors, Double (transferred to February 14) 8. St. Elizabeth, queen and widow, simple 9. ferial day 10. Seven Holy Brothers, Simple and Sts. Rufina and Secunda, virgins and martyrs 11. commemoration of St. Pius I, pope and Martyr 12. St. John Gualbert, abbot, Double, commemoration of Sts. Nabor and Felix, Martyrs 13. St. Anacletus, Pope and martyr, simple 14. St. Bonaventure, bishop, confessor and doctor of the Church, Double (Transferred to July 15) 15. St. Henry, Emperor, confessor, simple 16. Commemoration of Blessed Virgin Mary of Mt. Carmel, greater double, anniversary of the election of Pope Michael I 17. St. Alexius, confessor, Simple 18. St. Camillus de Lellis, confessor, Double, commemoration of Sts. Symphorosa and her seven sons, martyrs 19. St. Vincent de Paul, confessor, Double (transferred to September 27) 20. St. Jerome Emiliani, confessor, Double, commemoration of St. Margaret, virgin and martyr 21. Commemoration of St. Praxedes, virgin 22. St. Mary Magdalene, penitent, Double 23. St. Apollinaris, bishop and martyr, Double, commemoration of St. Liborius, bishop and confessor 24. Commemoration of St. Christina, virgin and martyr 25. ST. JAMES, APOSTLE, double of the second class, commeoration of Saint Christopher

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26. ST. ANNE, MOTHER OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY, double of the second class 27. Commemoration of St. Pantaleon, martyr 28. Sts. Nazarius and Celsus, martyrs, Victor I, pope and martyr and Innocent I, pope and confessor, simple 29. St. Martha, virgin, simple, commemoration of Sts. Felix II, pope, Simplicius, Faustinus and Beatrice, martyrs 30. Commemoration of Sts. Abdon and Sennen, Martyrs 31. St. Ignatius of Loyola, confessor, greater double AUGUST 1. St. Peter's Chains, greater double, Commemoration of the Holy Maccabees, martyrs 2. St. Alphonsus Mary Ligouri, bishop, confessor and doctor of the Church, Double (transferred to August 1), commemoration of St. Stephen I, Pope and martyr 3. Finding of St. Stephen, protomartyr, simple 4. St. Dominic, confessor, greater double 5. Dedication of the Church of Our Lady of the Snow, greater double 6. TRANSFIGURATION OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST, double of the second class, commemoration of St. Sixtus II, Pope, Felicitus and Agapitus, martyrs 7. St. Cajetan, confessor, Double, commemoration of St. Donatus, bishop and martyr 8. Sts. Cyriacus, Largus and Smaragdus, martyrs, Simple 9. St. John Vianney, confessor, Double (transferred to August 4), commemoration of St. Romanus and the Vigil of St. Lawrence 10. ST. LAWRENCE, martyr, double of the second class 11. Commemoration of Sts. Tiburtius and Susanna, virgin and martyrs 12. St. Clare, virgin, Double (transferred to August 11) 13. Commemoration of Sts. Hippolytus and Cassian, martyrs 14. Vigil of the Assumption, commemoration of St. Eusebius, confessor, FAST AND PARTIAL ABSTINENCE + 15. ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY, double of the first class holyday of obligation 16. SAINT JOACHIM, FATHE OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY DOUBLE OF THE SECOND CLASS (transferred to July 26) 17. St. Hyacinth, confessor, Double 18. Commemoration of St. Agapitus, Martyr

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19. St. John Eudes, confessor, Double 20. St. Bernard, Abbot, confessor and Doctor of the Church, Double 21. St. Jane Fremiot Frances de Chantal, Widow, Double 22. IMMACULATE HEART OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY, double of the first class, commemoration of Sts. Timothy, Hippolytus and Symphorian, martyrs 23. St. Philip Benizi, Confessor, Double 24. ST. BARTHOLOMEW, APOSTLE, Double of the Second Class 25. St. Louis, King, simple 26. Commemoration of St. Zephyrinus, Pope and martyr 27. St. Joseph Clasanctius, confessor, Double 28. St. Augustine, Bishop, confessor and Doctor of the Church, Double, commemoration of St. Hermes, martyr 29. The Beheading of John the Baptist, Greater Double, commemoration of St. Sabina, martyr 30. St. Rose of Lima, virgin, Double, commemoration of Sts. Felix and Adauctus, martyrs 31. St. Raymund Nonatus, confessor, Double SEPTEMBER 1. Commemoration of St. Giles, Abbot, commemoration of Twelve Holy Brothers, martyrs 2. St. Stephen, King and confessor, simple 3. Saint Pius X, Pope, Double (transferred to August 21) 4. Ferial day 5. St. Lawrence Justinian, bishop and confessor, simple 6. ferial day 7. ferial day 8. BIRTHDAY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY, DOUBLE OF THE SECOND CLASS 9. Commemoration of St. Gorgonius, martyr In America: St. Peter Claver, confessor, double 10. St. Nicholas of Tolentino, confessor, Double 11. Commemoration of Sts. Protus and Hyacinth, martyrs 12. the Holy Name of Mary, Greater Double 13. Ferial day

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14. Exaltation of the Holy Cross, greater double 15. SEVEN SORROWS OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY, DOUBLE OF THE SECOND CLASS, commemoration of St. Nicomedes, martyr 16. Sts. Cornelius, Pope and Cyprian, bishop and martyrs, Simple, commemoration of Sts. Euphemia, virgin and companions, martyrs 17. Stigmata of St. Francis, Double 18. St. Joseph of Cupertino, confessor, Double 19. Sts. Januarius, Bishop and companions, martyrs, Double 20. Sts. Eustace and Companions, martyrs, Double 21. ST. MATTHEW, APOSTLE AND EVANGELIST, double of the second class 22. St. Thomas of Villanova, bishop and confessor, Double, commemoration of Sts. Maurice and Companions, martyrs 23. St. Linus, Pope and martyr, simple, commemoration of St. Thecla, virgin and martyr 24. Our Lady of Ransom, greater double 25. Ferial day 26. Commemoration of Saints Cyrpian and Justina In America: Sts Isaac Jogues, John de Brebeuf and Companions, martyrs, Double of the second class 27. Sts. Cosmas and Damian, martyrs, simple 28. St. Wenceslaus, duke, martyr, simple 29. DEDICATION OF ST. MICHAEL THE ARCHANGEL, double of the first class 30. St. Jerome, confessor and Doctor of the Church, OCTOBER 1. Commemoration of St. Remigius, bishop and confessor 2. Holy guardian Angels, greater double 3. St. Teresa of the Child Jesus, virgin, Double (transferred to October 1) 4. St. Francis of Assisi, confessor, greater double 5. Commemoration of Sts. Placid and Companions, martyrs 6. St. Bruno, confessor, Double 7. MOST HOLY ROSARY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY, double of the second class, commemoration of St. Mark, pope and confessor and of Sts. Sergius and Companions, martyrs 8. St. Briget, widow, Double 9. St. John Leonard, confessor, Double, commemoration of Sts Dines, bishop, Rusticus and Eleutherius, martyrs 10. St. Francis Borgia, confessor, simple 11

11. MOTHERHOOD OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY, double of the second class 12. ferial day 13. OUR LADY, MEDIATRIX OF ALL GRACES, double of the second class, commemoration of St. Edward, King and Confessor 14. St. Callistus I, pope and martyr, double 15. St. Teresa, virgin, double 16. St. Hedwig, widow, simple 17. St. Margaret Mary Alocoque, Double 18. St. LUKE THE EVANGELIST, double of the second class 19. St. Peter of Alcantara, confessor, Double 20. St. John Cantius, confessor, Double 21. Commemoration of St. Hilarion, abbot, commemoration of Sts. Ursula and Companions, virgins and martyrs 22. ferial day 23.Ferial day LAST SUNDAY IN OCTOBER FEAST OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST THE KING transferred to the last Sunday before Advent. Some believe the Novus Ordo Church is preaching by this move that Jesus should not reign as King until the end of the world. 24. St. Raphael the Archangel, greater double 25. Commemoration of Sts. Chrysanthus and Daria, martyrs 26. Commemoration of St. Evaristus, Pope and martyr 27. ferial day 28. Sts. Simon and Jude, apostles, double of the second class 29. ferial day 30. Ferial day 31. Vigil of All Saints, Fast and Partial. NOVEMBER 1. ALL SAINTS DAY holyday of obligation 2. All Souls' day 3. ferial day 4. St. Charles Borromeo, bishop and confessor, Double, commemoration of Sts. Vitalis and Agricola, martyrs 5. ferial day 6. ferial day 7. Ferial day 12

8. Commemoration of the Four Crowned Martyrs 9. DEDICATION OF THE ARCHBASILICA OF OUR SAVIOUR, double of the second class, commemoration of St. Theodore, martyr 10. St. Andrew Avellino, confessor, Double, commemoration of Sts. Tryphon, Respicius, martyrs and Nympha, virgin and martyr 11. St. Martin, Bishop and Confessor, Double, commemoration of St. Mennas, martyr 12. St. Martin I, pope and martyr, simple 13. Commemoration of St. Didacus, confessor 14. Saint Josaphat, Bishop and Martyr, Double (transferred to November 12) 15. St. Albert the Great, bishop, confessor and doctor of the Church, Double 16. St. Gertrude, virgin, Double 17. St. Gregory Thaumaturgus, bishop and confessor, Simple 18. Dedication of the Basilicas of Sts. Peter and Paul, Apostles, greater double 19. St. Elizabeth, Widow, Double commemoration of St. Pontianus, Pope and martyr 20. St. Felix of Valois, confessor, Double 21. Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Greater Double 22. St. Cecilia, Virgin and Martyr, Double 23. St. Clement I, pope and martyr,Double , commemoration of St. Felicitas, martyr 24. St. John of the Cross, confessor, Double, (transferred to December 14) commemoration of St. Chrysogomus, martyr 25. St. Catherine, virgin and martyr, Double 26. St. Sylvester, abbot, Double, commemoration of St. Peter of Alexandria, bishop and martyr 27. Ferial day 28. Ferial day 29. Commemoration of St. Saturninus, martyr 30. ST. ANDREW, APOSTLE, double of the second class DECEMBER 1. ferial day 2. St. Bibiana, virgin and martyr, simple 3. St. Francis Xavier, confessor, greater double also called double major 4. St. Peter Chysologus, bishop, confessor and doctor of the Church, double, commemoration of St. Barbara, virgin and martyr 5. Commemoration of St. Sabbas, abbot 6. Commemoration of St. Nicholas, bishop and confessor, Double 13

7. St. Ambrose, bishop, confessor and doctor of the Church, Double, commemoration of the Vigil of the Immaculate Conception fast and partial abstinence + 8. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY double of the first class holyday of obligation Note if this falls on Sunday, it is transferred to Monday, but the obligation to attend Mass is not transfered. 9. ferial day 10. Commemoration of St. Melchiades, pope and martyr 11. St. Damasus I, pope and confessor, simple 12. Our Lady of Guadalupe, double of the second class first class in the Americas 13. St. Lucy, Virgin and Martyr, Double 14. ferial day 15. ferial day 16. St. Eusebius, bishop and martyr, simple 17. ferial day 18. ferial day 19. ferial day 20. ferial day 21. ST. THOMAS, APOSTLE, DOUBLE OF THE SECOND CLASS (transferred to July 3) 22. ferial day (Note that the Universal Calendar has no feast today, but in the United States we observe: In America, ST. FRANCES XAVIER CABRINI, DOUBLE OF THE SECOND CLASS 23. ferial day 24. Vigil of Christmas fast and partial abstinence + 25. NATIVITY OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST, DOUBLE OF THE FIRST CLASS WITH AN OCTAVE 26. ST. STEPHEN, PROTOMARTYR, DOUBLE OF THE SECOND CLASS 27. ST. JOHN, APOSTLE AND EVANGELIST, DOUBLE OF THE SECOND CLASS 28. HOLY INNOCENTS, MARTYR, DOUBLE OF THE SECOND CLASS 29. St. Thomas of Canterbury, bishop and martyr, Double 30. Day within Octave of Christmas 31. St. Sylvester I, pope and confessor, Double Note well that if Lord's day falls on December 25, 26, 27 or 28, the Lord's day after Christmas is celebrated on December 30, otherwise it is celebrated when it falls with a commemoration of the feast day, (if any)

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