Sunday Savvy 23
How many times have you received and accepted that blessing? Well personally, i cannot count the times i have received, nor the times i have blessed someone likewise. This has become so commonplace, so cliche, so much like a breath: spontaneous and easy; the sentiment i believe though, remains true; but the application is unconscious in itself now.
Silly speculation, but dear Sunday Savvy visitors - indulge me: When does your weekend start? and by the same measure, when does your weekend end? Just a little Sunday Savvy tease
Sunday smiles to all
Sunday Savvy -
at branch tips the surprise of
-- gillena cox
Today's Sunday Savvy tidbits According to the Hebrew calendars, traditional Christian calendars, Sunday is literally the "first day" of the week. According to the International Organization for Standardization ISO 8601 Sunday is the seventh and last day of the week.
In Roman Catholic liturgy, Sunday begins on Saturday evening. The evening Mass on Saturday is liturgically a full Sunday Mass and fulfills the obligation of Sunday Mass attendance, and Vespers (evening prayer) on Saturday night is liturgically "first Vespers" of the Sunday. The same evening anticipation applies to other major solemnities and feasts, and is an echo of the Jewish practice of starting the new day at sunset...more here
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Sunday at the pond
the fish more silent
than the fishermen
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