The first Sunday of Advent.
The new liturgical year begins each year on the first Sunday of Advent.
The first Sunday of Advent which varies each year
The Liturgical year begins with First Vespers (First Evening Prayer) on the Saturday evening before the First Sunday of Advent, which is always the first of four Sundays before Christmas.
Advent begins the Liturgical year in the Roman Catholic Church
The liturgical year begins in Advent.
Easter is the center of the liturgical year.
It is the last Sunday of the liturgical year. Because the liturgical year begins with the First Sunday of Advent, the end of the liturgical year is actually the Saturday after Christ the King.
The liturgical year begins with the First Sunday of Advent.
No, the feast of Pentecost is not the last day of the Liturgical year. The last Sunday of the Liturgical Year is the feast of Christ the King. The last day of the Liturgical year would be the following Saturday.
The Catholic mass is based on the liturgical year. A liturgical year includes Saints' feast days and other important religious events.
In Eastern Orthodoxy, the Church Year or Liturgical Year is referred to as "the Indiction."
If you begin at the start of the liturgical year, you will see that the seasons follow the events of __________'s life
The first Sunday of Advent is when the new liturgical year is begun
The first Sunday of Advent marks the beginning of the liturgical year.
The Liturgical Year in 2011 started on Sunday, November 27, 2011.
Christ the King is the final Sunday of the Liturgical Year.
The Feast of Christ the King is celebrated at the close of the liturgical year.
The season that begins the Liturgical Year is Advent, the season before Christmas.
Easter season begins the first day of the liturgical year it ends 50 days later.
The liturgical year is the year-long cycle of liturgical seasons such as advent, Christmas, Lent, Easter, etc. Wikipedia has an article on it here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liturgical_year
The definition of Liturgical year is the cycle of seasons and feasts celebrating Christ with us always................
Yes, it is. The first Sunday of Advent is the very first day of the Liturgical Year.
Roman Catholic Answer Yes, Advent begins the liturgical year, four Sundays before Christmas each year. The Sunday before the First Sunday of Advent is Christ the King which ends the liturgical year.
The last Sunday of the Liturgical Year is Christ the King which normally falls in late November.