Dates of Catholic Feasts in 2013
Roman Catholic Liturgical Calendar 2013
This Catholic calendar for 2013 lists the dates of the Holy Days of Obligation in the United States, as well as the dates of moveable feasts.
When Is Epiphany 2013?
Epiphany, the 12th day after Christmas, celebrates the visit of the three wise men to the Christ Child.
When Is the Baptism of the Lord 2013?
The Baptism of the Lord commemorates Christ's Baptism by St. John the Baptist. Find the date of the Baptism of the Lord 2013.
When Is Mardi Gras 2013?
Mardi Gras, also known as Fat Tuesday (Mardi Gras is French for "Fat Tuesday") or Shrove Tuesday, is the last day of feasting before Lent begins on Ash Wednesday.
When Does Lent 2013 Begin?
The season of Lent, the time of preparation for Easter Sunday, begins on a different day each year. When does Lent 2013 begin?
When Is Lent 2013?
Lent is the season of penance and prayer before Easter. Find the dates of Lent 2013.
Catholic Liturgical Calendar for Lent 2013
Find the dates of the Sundays and major feast days that fall in Lent 2013, as well as links to further information.
When Is Ash Wednesday 2013?
In the Roman Catholic Church, Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent, the season of preparation for the resurrection of Jesus Christ on Easter Sunday. Find the date of Ash Wednesday 2013.
When Is Laetare Sunday 2013?
Laetare Sunday, the Fourth Sunday in Lent, falls on a different date each year. Find the date of Laetare Sunday 2013.
When Is Saint Patrick's Day 2013?
Saint Patrick's Day, commemorating the life of the great apostle of Ireland, has become a day of celebration for both Catholics and non-Catholics. When is Saint Patrick's Day 2013?
When Is Saint Joseph's Day 2013?
Saint Joseph's Day celebrates the life of the foster father of our Lord Jesus Christ. Find the date of Saint Joseph's Day 2013.
When Is Holy Week 2013?
Holy Week 2013 is the final week before Easter 2013. Find Holy Week 2013 dates.
When Is Palm Sunday 2013?
Palm Sunday, the final Sunday before Easter, marks the beginning of Holy Week. Christian churches distribute palms (and sometimes pussy willows) on Palm Sunday to commemorate Christ's triumphal entrance into Jerusalem.
When Is Annunciation 2013?
The Annunciation of the Lord celebrates the angel Gabriel's appearance to the Virgin Mary, announcing that she has been chosen to be the Mother of Our Lord. Find the date of Annunciation 2013.
When Is Holy Thursday 2013?
In the Catholic Church, Holy Thursday is the day that we celebrate the Last Supper, at which Christ instituted the Mass and the Sacrament of Holy Communion.
When Is Good Friday 2013?
Good Friday is the day on which Christians commemorate the death of Jesus Christ on the Cross. Find the date of Good Friday 2013.
When Is Holy Saturday 2013?
In the Catholic Church, Holy Saturday, the day before Easter Sunday, is the final day of the Triduum, the three days during which we commemorate Christ's Passion.
When Is Divine Mercy Sunday 2013?
Divine Mercy Sunday is celebrated on the Octave of Easter (the Sunday after Easter Sunday). Find the date of Divine Mercy Sunday 2013.
When Is Ascension 2013?
The Ascension of Our Lord celebrates the day that Christ, in the presence of His apostles, ascended bodily into Heaven. Find the date of Ascension 2013.
When Is Pentecost Sunday 2013?
Pentecost Sunday, which marks the end of the Easter season in the Christian calendar, celebrates the descent of the Holy Spirit on the Apostles. Find the date of Pentecost Sunday 2013.
When Is Trinity Sunday 2013?
Trinity Sunday is the day on which the Church honors the most fundamental of Christian beliefsthe Holy Trinity. Find the date of Trinity Sunday 2013.
When Is Corpus Christi 2013?
The Feast of Corpus Christi is a moveable feast. Find the date of the Feast of Corpus Christi 2013.
When Is the Feast of the Sacred Heart 2013?
The Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus is a moveable feast. Find the date of the Feast of the Sacred Heart 2013.
When Is the Feast of Saint Anthony 2013?
The Feast of Saint Anthony of Padua commemorates the life of the patron saint of lost items. When is the Feast of Saint Anthony 2013?
When Is Transfiguration 2013?
The Feast of the Transfiguration celebrates the revelation of Christ's divine glory on Mount Tabor. Find the date of Transfiguration 2013.
When Is Assumption 2013?
The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary commemorates the death of Mary and her bodily assumption into Heaven. Find the date of Assumption 2013.
When Is Halloween 2013?
Halloween is the vigil of All Hallows Day or All Saints Day, an important Catholic feast. Find the date of Halloween 2013.
When Is All Saints Day 2013?
All Saints Day celebrates the lives of all Christians who have died in a state of grace. Find the date of All Saints Day 2013.
When Is All Souls Day 2013?
All Souls Day is a solemn feast commemorating those who have died and are now in Purgatory. Find the date of All Souls Day 2013.
When Is the Feast of Christ the King 2013?
The Feast of Christ the King is a moveable feast. Find the date of the Feast of Christ the King 2013.
When Is Thanksgiving Day 2013?
Thanksgiving Day is a national holiday with religious significance in the United States. Find the date of Thanksgiving Day 2013.
When Does Advent 2013 Begin?
When does Advent 2013 begin?
Catholic Liturgical Calendar for Advent 2013
Advent, the beginning of the liturgical year in the Catholic Church, is a time of preparation for the coming of Christ at Christmas. Advent begins four Sundays before Christmas. The following is a list of the dates of the Sundays and major feast days that fall in Advent 2013.
When Is Saint Nicholas Day 2013?
Saint Nicholas Day celebrates the life of Saint Nicholas of Myra, a fourth-century bishop best known today as the real-life model for Santa Claus. Find the date of Saint Nicholas Day 2013.
When Is Immaculate Conception 2013?
The Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception celebrates the preservation of the Virgin Mary from the stain of original sin. Find the date of Immaculate Conception 2013.
When Is Christmas Day 2013?
Christmas Day, the second-greatest feast day in the Christian calendar, celebrates the nativity, or birth, of Jesus Christ.