Daily Catholic Quiz – Liturgical Seasons

Question: What are the four liturgical seasons outside of Ordinary Time?


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  1. Advent, Lent, Easter, and one I knew about with Septuagesima Sunday et al, I had to look the name of it up, its called Shrovetide.

  2. Ans: The liturgical seasons of the current Catholic calendar, outside of Ordinary Time, are Advent, Christmas, Lent and Easter.

    The Easter Triduum is not precisely a season, but rather a celebration of the “triduum of the crucified, buried and risen.”

    The Season of Septuagesima (pre-lent) is not a part of the current calendar, but is still observed in the Extraordinary Form.

    Check back tomorrow for another question. – Deacon Mike

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