LIVING THROUGH THE LITURGICAL CHURCH YEAR
What is the Liturgical Church Year?
The Liturgical Church Year consists of different seasons that allow us to reflect on and journey through God's story. It is a guide for our own spiritual pilgrimage. It helps us walk and journey with Jesus and sets the course for our discipleship. The seasons we celebrate in the Christian Year celebrate the life of our Lord, Jesus Christ. Below you will find weekly readings in what we call the Lectionary, devotionals to reflect the season, and other resources to help you in this spiritual journey!
The Lectionary consist of weekly scripture readings that guide us through the different seasons. It is composed of three, one-year cycles: Year A, Year B, and Year C. We are currently in Year C. Did you know that if you read all three years, you will have read the entire Bible?
Epiphany immediately follows the Christmas season, concluding twelve days of celebration. Like the bright star in the night the wise men followed, Epiphany offers us guidance for the seasons to come! We too are called to be pilgrims on a journey in search of the Sacred, invited to follow the "star of wonder" wherever it leads.
We've gathered for you some devotionals and other resources to help you with your daily living!