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 Presentation of Lord Holiday Resource
About Presentation of Lord
Presentation of Lord is celebrated on February 2nd each year. The Presentation of Lord celebrated exactly 40 days after the Christmas.The ancient feast of the presentation of Our Lord, which is of Oriental origin, was known in the West as the feast of the Purification of Our Lady, and closed the Christmas season, forty days after the Lord's birth. The Festival of the Presentation of the Lord is a relatively ancient celebration. This feast has for long been associated with many popular devotional exercises. Presentation of Lord is necessary; however, that such should reflect the true Christian significance of the feast. At the beginning of the eighth century the Pope Sergius inaugurated a candlelight procession; at the end of the same century the blessing and the distribution of candles which continues to this day became part of the celebration, giving the feast its popular name Candlemas.
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