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What is Ordinary Time?
Ordinary time is the longest liturgical season in the Church calendar, encompassing either 33 or 34 weeks each year. Because other liturgical seasons begin or end with movable feasts, the length of Ordinary time can ...vary slightly; however, 33 weeks is the more common length. The weeks are numbered, e.g., the first Sunday of Ordinary Time, the second Sunday of Ordinary Time, and so on.

Ordinary time is technically one liturgical season, though it is divided into two periods, referred to as “the Season after Epiphany” and “the Season after Pentecost.”

The liturgical color of Ordinary Time is
green; however, other appropriate colors are worn on particular feast days.



Other Information about The Church:

A Bishop is called by God and the Church to be a shepherd who feeds the flock entrusted to his care. A Bishop is an overseer of the flock and as such is called to propagate, to teach, and to uphold and defend the Faith and Order of the Church, willingly and as God directs. He must not be greedy for money but be eager to serve, not lording the authority of his office or position over those entrusted to his care. He must be a humble, wholesome example to the entire flock of Christ. By the tradition of Christ's One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church, Bishops are consecrated for the whole Church and are successors of the Apostles through the grace of the Holy Spirit given to them. They are chief missionaries and chief pastors, guardians and teachers of doctrine, and administrators of godly discipline and governance.

catholic defined: universal in extent; involving all; of interest to all; pertaining to the whole Christian body or church

episcopal defined: based on or recognizing a governing order of bishops; designating the Anglican Church or some branch of it


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