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Lindemann on Second Christmas Day

Friday, December 10th, 2010

Just in case . . . THE SECOND CHRISTMAS DAY The Second Christmas Day is always December 26, which is also the Day of St. Stephen the Martyr. The day after Christmas is part of the Feast of the Nativity and therefore invariably observed, according to the Rubrics. This implies that St. Stephen’s Day is […]


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