The Church Year: Jan. 10, 2012

by Jimmy Akin

in +Religion, Liturgical Year, Liturgy

Today is Tuesday of the 1st week in Ordinary Time. The liturgical color is green.

In the Extraordinary Form, this is the season after Epiphany, and the liturgical color for today is white.

In the Ordinary Form, this is the beginning of Ordinary Time after Christmas.

 

Saints & Celebrations:

Today, January 10, there is no special fixed liturgical day in the Ordinary Form.

There is no special fixed liturgical day in the Extraordinary Form.

For information about other saints, blesseds, and feasts celebrated today, you can click here.

 

Readings:

To see today’s readings in the Ordinary Form, you can click here.

Or you can click play to listen to them:

 

Devotional Information:

According to the Holy See’s Directory on Popular Piety:

20. The rhythm associated with the change from day to night, from one month to another, or of the seasons is often associated with various forms of popular piety. Such can also be true of particular days recalling joyous or tragic personal or community events. Above all, the “the feast days”, withe their preparations for various religious manifestations, have contributed much in forging the traditions peculiar to a given community.

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