February is the Month the Church
Dedicates to the Most Holy Trinity
Glory be to thee O Co-equal Trinity,
one God-head before all ages, now, and for evermore.
are all things; thro’ whom are all things; in whom are all things; to Him be glory for ever.
Below listed are the feasts falling in this month:
February 1: St. Ignatius Bishop and Martyr, Double.
February 2: Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary / CANDLEMAS Day, Double of the II Class.
February 3: FIRST FRIDAY / Commemoration of St. Blase Bishop and Martyr
February 4: FIRST SATURDAY / St. Andrew Corsini Bishop
and Confessor, Double.
February 5: V Sunday after Epiphany, Double.
6: St. Titus Bishop and Confessor, Double; Commemoration of St. Dorothy Virgin Martyr.
February 7: St. Romuald Abbot, Double.
February 8: St. John of Matha Confessor, Double.
February 9: St. Cyril Bishop of Alexandria, Confessor, and Doctor of the Church, Double; Commemoration of St.
Apollonia Virgin Martyr.
February 10: St. Scholastica Virgin, Double.
February 11: Apparition of the Blessed
Virgin Mary Immaculate (at Lourdes), Greater Double.
(THE SHROVETIDE / PRE-LENTEN SEASON BEGINS)
February 12: Septuagesima Sunday, Double.
February 14: Commemoration of St. Valentine
Priest and Martyr
February 15: Commemoration of Ss. Faustinus and Jovita Martyrs
February 18: Commemoration
of St. Simeon Bishop and Martyr.
February 19: Sexagesima Sunday, Double.
February 22: Chair of St. Peter at Antioch, Greater Double; Commemoration of St. Paul.
February 23: St. Peter Damian Confessor, Double.
February 24: St. Matthias Apostle, Double of the II Class.
February 26: Shrove Sunday / Quinquagesima Sunday, Double.
February 27: Shrove Monday / St. Gabriel of Our Lady of Sorrows, Double
February 28: Shrove Tuesday
Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost;
as it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.
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