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Calendar for November, A.D. 2003

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Calendar for November, A.D. 2003
Calendar 12/03-02/05
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November A.D. 2003
Month of the Holy Souls

Dominical Letter: e;  Golden Number 9;  Epact: xxvii;  Roman Indiction: 11

Sunday
Glorious Mysteries

Monday
Joyful Mysteries

Tuesday
Sorrowful Mysteries

Wednesday
Glorious Mysteries

Thursday
Joyful Mysteries

Friday
Sorrowful Mysteries

Saturday
Glorious Mysteries

    At any time we may gain a partial indulgence for the Souls in Purgatory, by reciting the verse, "Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May they rest in peace." (Enchiridion, #46)
    Those devoutly visiting a church or an oratory on All Soul's Day may gain a plenary indulgence for the Souls in Purgatory. The visit may be made any time after noon on All Saints day and must include the recitation of the Our Father and the Creed. (Enchiridion, #67)
    Under current law, no more than one plenary indulgence may be gained in a day. Normally, partial indulgences may be gained more than once a day. The "usual conditions" for gaining a plenary indulgence include Sacramental Confession and Communion, and prayer for the Pope (at least an Our Father and a Hail Mary) within eight days before or after performing the indulgenced work. One must be in the state of grace to gain an indulgence for one's self, but there is probable opinion among theologians that one not in the state of grace may gain an indulgence for the souls in purgatory.
1
ALL SAINTS DAY
Holyday of Obligation
First Saturday 
White 1st Cl.
2
21st Sunday after  Pentecost

Green 2nd Cl.
3
ALL SOULS DAY

(Transferred)
Black 1st Cl.
4
Bl. Francoise d'Amboise, Widow O.N.
St. Charles Borromeo, B (Comm.)
White 3rd Cl.
5
Holy Relics Preserved in Carmelite Churches
Sts. Elizabeth & Zachary
Parents of John the Baptist(Comm.)
White 3rd Cl.
6
Bl. Nun' Alvares Pereira,, Conf. O.N.
St. Leonard, C. (Comm.)
White 3rd Cl.
7
St. Willibrord
First Friday
White 3rd Cl.
No flesh meat.
8
Commem. of Four Holy Crowned Brothers, MM
Red 3rd Cl.
9
22nd  Sunday after Pentecost

Dedication of the Basilica of our Savior (Lateran)
Green 2nd Cl.
10
St. Andrew Avelino, C
White 3rd Cl.
11
St. Martin of Tours, B
White 3rd Cl.
Veterans Day
12
St. Martin I, P.M
Red 3rd Cl.
13
St. Didacus, C
St. Stanislaus Kostka, C(Comm.)
White 3rd Cl.
No flesh Meat
14
All Saints of the Carmelite Order
St. Josaphat, B.M
Martyr of Catholic Unity,(Comm.)
White 1st Cl.
(General Absolution, Plenary Indulgence)
15
Comm. of All Souls of the Carmelite Order1
St. Albert the Great, B.C.D.
"Light of Germany" (Comm.)
Black 2nd Cl.
1After Feast 15 Decades of the Rosary. Holy Comm. for Departed Members.
16
23rd Sunday after Pentecost

St. Gertrude the Great, V
St. Agnes of Assisi, V
Green 2nd Cl.
17
St. Gregory, B
White 3rd Cl.
18
Dedication: Basilicas of Sts. Peter & Paul
White 3rd Cl.
19
St. Elizabeth, Queen of Hungary
White 3rd Cl.
20
St. Felix of Valois, C
White 3rd Cl.
21
Presentation BVM
(General Absolution, Plenary Indulgence)
St. Columban, A (Comm.)
White 3rd Cl.
No flesh meat.
22
St. Cecilia, V.M
Patroness of Church music
Red 3rd Cl.
23
Last Sunday after Pentecost

St. Clement, P.M
St. Felicitas, M
Green 2nd Cl.
24
St. John of the Cross, Conf. & Doct. O.N.
White 1st Cl.
25
St. Catherine of Alexandria, V.M
Red 3rd Cl.
26
St. Sylvester, A
White 3rd Cl.
27
Miraculous Medal BVM
White 3rd Cl.
Thanksgiving
28
St. Catherine Laboure, V
White 3rd Cl.
No flesh meat.
29
BB. Dionysius & Redemptus, Mm. O.N.
St. Saturninus, M(Comm.)
Red 3rd Cl.
30
1st Sunday of Advent

Stn: St. Mary Major
St. Andrew, Ap
Purple 1st Cl.
 

Sunday
Glorious Mysteries

Monday
Joyful Mysteries

Tuesday
Sorrowful Mysteries

Wednesday
Glorious Mysteries

Thursday
Joyful Mysteries

Friday
Sorrowful Mysteries

Saturday
Glorious Mysteries







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