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Learn About Celebrating Advent - The Coming of Christ - Christianity
Celebrating Advent involves spending time in spiritual preparation for the coming of Jesus Christ at Christmas. In Western Christianity, the season of Advent ...
2014 Advent Dates Calendar - Christianity - About.com
When is Advent 2014? This calendar gives the dates of the four Sundays of Advent and a brief explanation of how those dates are determined.
What Is The Advent Wreath? Symbols and Customs - Christianity
The Advent wreath is used by Christians to prepare for Christ's coming at Christmas. Learn the meaning behind the customs of the Advent wreath.
What Is Advent? - The Season of Advent in the Catholic Church
(For more details, see "When Does Advent Start?") The word Advent comes from the Latin advenio, "to come to," and refers to the coming of Christ. This refers ...
The Season of Advent in the Catholic Church
Advent is the time of preparation for the coming of Christ at Christmas. It is also the start of the liturgical year in the Roman Catholic Church. Find out more about  ...
When Does Advent Start? (In This and Future Years) - Catholicism
Advent, the period of preparation for Christmas, begins on a different date every year. When does Advent start?
The Advent Wreath - Preparing for Christmas with the Advent Wreath
Learn about the history of the Advent wreath and how to incorporate it into your celebration of Advent.
Celebrating Advent - Catholicism - About.com
Advent, the season of preparation for the coming of Christ at Christmas, should be a time for families to come together in prayer and devotion. In our hectic ...
What Are the Colors of Advent? - Christianity - About.com
Here you will find a brief explanation of the colors of Advent and what each color symbolizes.
Catholic Liturgical Calendar for Advent 2015 - Catholicism - About.com
Advent, the beginning of the liturgical year in the Catholic Church, is a time of preparation for the coming of Christ at Christmas. Advent begins four Sundays ...
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