the Feast of the Holy Innocents

the Feast of the Holy Innocents
Христианство: Поминовения невинно убиенных младенцев день

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  • Holy Innocents — • Fairly long article on these children, and the commemoration of their martyrdom. Both Western and Eastern Christianity Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Holy Innocents     Holy Innocents …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Holy Innocents Church, Southwater — Holy Innocents Church is the Parish church of Southwater, Sussex built in 1849, whose followers are Anglican. The Vicar is Dominic Newstead, who replaced Phillip Jones in 2005. The church itself follows the customary shape of the Cross, with the… …   Wikipedia

  • Holy Innocents' Orthodox Church — Holy Innocents’ Orthodox Church CATHOLICATE EMBLEM Patron Founded 1860 Type Church …   Wikipedia

  • Holy Innocents' Day — n. a religious feast day (Dec. 28) honoring the children slain at Herod s command: Matt. 2:16 …   English World dictionary

  • INNOCENTS, THE HOLY, FEAST OF —    a festival celebrated in the Western Church on the 28th December and in the Eastern on the 29th, to commemorate the slaughter by Herod of the children at Bethlehem from two years old and under, and who have from the earliest times been… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Holy Innocents, Feast of the — ▪ Christianity also called  Childermas , or  Innocents Day        festival celebrated in the Christian churches in the West on December 28 and in the Eastern churches on December 29 and commemorating the massacre of the children by King Herod in… …   Universalium

  • Holy Innocents' Day — (28 December)    This feast honours the babies massacred at Bethlehem on Herod s orders (Matthew 2: 1 18); also formerly called Childermas. Although falling within the joyful Christmas season, it was thought an extremely unlucky day on which one… …   A Dictionary of English folklore

  • Holy Innocents' Day —    A Festival of the Church observed on the third day after Christmas, December 28th, in memory of the children of Bethlehem, whose death Herod caused, and who have always been regarded as the Infant Martyrs of the Christian Church, for that not… …   American Church Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • The Gallican Rite —     The Gallican Rite     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Gallican Rite     This subject will be treated under the following six heads:     I. History and Origin; II. MSS. and Other Sources; III. The Liturgical Year; IV. The Divine Office; V. The… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Feast of Fools — The Feast of Fools, known also as the festum fatuorum , festum stultorum , festum hypodiaconorum , or fête des fous , are the varying names given to popular medieval festivals regularly celebrated by the clergy and laity from the fifth century… …   Wikipedia

  • Feast of Fools — • A celebration marked by much license and buffoonery, which in many parts of Europe, and particularly in France, during the later middle ages took place every year on or about the feast of the Circumcision (1 Jan.) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin… …   Catholic encyclopedia