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The Calendar of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa is published in An Anglican Prayer Book 1989.[1] The Preface to the calendar in the Prayer Book describes its purpose: The Church's Year both commemorates and proclaims how God came down from heaven to earth in Jesus Christ, who still lives among us by the Holy Spirit until he comes again at the end of time. The yearly observance of the holy days of the Calendar is a celebration of what God has done and is doing for our salvation. Holy Days are distinguished as Great Festivals (being the principal celebrations), Festivals (celebrating New Testament events), Commemorations (recalling particular individuals and events), and other Special Days - the observance of the former taking precedence over the latter in the event of clashes. The Preface to the calendar describes the commemorations as occasions: when the Church thankfully recalls the work and witness of men and women through whom Christ's saving victory has been manifested from the time of the apostles to the present day. Contents 1 Great Festivals 2 Festivals and commemorations 2.1 January 2.2 February 2.3 March 2.4 April 2.5 May 2.6 June 2.7 July 2.8 August 2.9 September 2.10 October 2.11 November 2.12 December 3 Special Days 4 See also 5 References // Great Festivals These Festivals may occur on different dates in each year and fall principally on a designated day of the week; and they relate to, and are determined by, the seasons of Christmas and Easter. The Four Sundays in Advent Christmas Day (25 December) The First Sunday after Christmas The Second Sunday after Christmas (in some years) The Epiphany (6 January) The First Sunday of the Year: The Baptism of Christ The Second, Third and Fourth Sundays of the Year According to the date of Easter the Fifth to Ninth Sundays of the Year may occur before Lent The Five Sundays in Lent Palm Sunday: The Sunday of the Passion Easter Day The Five Sundays after Easter Ascension Day The Sixth Sunday after Easter The Day of Pentecost Trinity Sunday: The Sunday after Pentecost Corpus Christi: The Commemoration of the Holy Communion (the Thursday after Trinity Sunday) The Sundays of the Year which follow Pentecost (These vary in number according to the date of Easter) All Saints 1 November The Thirty Fourth Sunday of the Year: Christ the King Festivals and commemorations Festivals are shown in bold text and commemorations are shown in regular type. While this list shares many similarities with other calendars in the Anglican Communion, it is specific to Southern Africa and is determined by the Southern African Synod of Bishops. January 1: The Holy Name of Jesus: The circumcision of Christ 10: William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury and Martyr, 1645 11: The Holy Innocents can be kept on this day instead of 28 December 13: Hilary, Bishop of Poitiers and Teacher of the Faith, 367 14: Richard Meux Benson of Cowley, Religious, 1915 17: Anthony of Egypt, Founder of the Religious Life, 356 18: The Confession of St Peter 21: Agnes, Virgin and Martyr, c.304 23: Yona Kanamuzeyi, Deacon and Martyr in Rwanda, Africa, 1964 24: Francis de Sales, Bishop of Geneva, 1622 25: The Conversion of Paul 26: Timothy and Titus 27: John Chrysostom, Bishop of Constantinople and Teacher of the Faith, 407 28: Thomas Aquinas, Teacher of the Faith, 1274 29: Charles Frederick Mackenzie, Bishop in Central Africa, 1862 February 2: The Presentation of our Lord in the Temple 3: Anskar, Bishop and Missionary in Denmark and Sweden, 864 4: Manche Masemola of Sekhukhuneland, Virgin and Martyr, 1928 5: The Martyrs of Japan, 1597 9: James Mata Dwane, Priest, 1916 14: Cyril and Methodius, Missionaries to the Slavs, 9th century 15: Thomas Bray, Priest, 1730 20: Mother Cecile of Grahamstown, Religious, 1906 23: Polycarp, Bishop of Smyrna and Martyr, 155 27: George Herbert, Priest, 1632 March 1: David, Bishop and Missionary in Wales, 6th century 2: Chad, Bishop of Lichfield, 672 3: John and Charles Wesley, Priests, 18th century 7: Perpetua and her companions, Martyrs, 202 9: Maqhamusela Khanyile of Zululand, Martyr, 1877 12: Gregory the Great, Bishop of Rome and Teacher of the Faith, 604 17: Patrick, Bishop and Missionary in Ireland, 461 18: Cyril of Jerusalem, Bishop and Teacher of the Faith, 386 19: Thomas Ken, Bishop of Bath and Wells, 1711 20: Cuthbert, Bishop of Lindisfarne, 687 21: Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury and Martyr, 1556 25: The Annunciation of our Lord to the Blessed Virgin Mary 29: John Keble, Priest, 1866 April 1: Frederick Denison Maurice, Priest, 1872 6: William Law, Priest, 1761 11: George Augustus Selwyn, Bishop and Missionary in New Zealand, 1878 21: Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury and Teacher of the Faith, 1109 23: George, Martyr, 4th century 25: St Mark 29: Catherine of Siena, 1380 May 1: St Joseph 2: Athanasius, Bishop of Alexandria and Teacher of the Faith, 373 3: St Philip and St James 4: Monica, Mother of Augustine of Hippo, 387 6: St John may be kept on this day instead of 27 December 12: Simon of Cyrene 19: Dunstan, Archbishop of Canterbury, 988 21: Helena, Mother of the Emperor Constantine, 4th century 25: The Venerable Bede, Teacher of the Faith, 735 26: Augustine, First Archbishop of Canterbury and Missionary, 605 31: The Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary June 1: Justin Martyr, c. 165 2: The Martyrs of Lyon, 177 3: The Martyrs of Uganda, 1886 5: Boniface, Bishop and Martyr in Germany, 755 9: Columba of Iona, Missionary in Scotland, 597 11: St Barnabas 13: Anthony of Lisbon, Religious, 1231 14: Basil and his Companions, Teachers of the Faith, 4th century 18: Bernard Mizeki, Martyr in Mashonaland, 1896 22: Alban, First Martyr in Britain, c. 304 24: The Birth of St John the Baptist 28: Irenaeus, Bishop of Lyons and Teacher of the Faith, c. 202 29: St Peter and St Paul July 3: St Thomas 6: Thomas More, Martyr, 1535 11: Benedict of Monte Cassino, Religious, c. 540 13: Silas 22: St Mary Magdalene 25: St James 29: William Wilberforce, Philanthropist, 1833 30: Mary and Martha of Bethany August 3: St Stephen may be kept on this day instead of 26 December 6: The Transfiguration of our Lord 8: Dominic, Religious, 1221 15: St Mary the Virgin, mother of our Lord 20: Bernard of Clairvaux, Religious, 1153 24: St Bartholomew 28: Augustine, Bishop of Hippo in Africa, 430 29: The Beheading of St John the Baptist September 1: Robert Gray, First Bishop of Cape Town, 1872 2: The Martyrs of New Guinea, 1942 8: The Birth of the Blessed Virgin Mary 13: Cyprian, Bishop of Carthage and Martyr, 258 14: Holy Cross Day 16: Ninian, Bishop and Missionary in Scotland, c. 432 19: Theodore of Tarsus, Archbishop of Canterbury, 690 20: John Coleridge Patteson, Bishop of Melanesia and Martyr, 1871 21: St Matthew 26: Lancelot Andrewes, Bishop of Winchester, 1626 29: St Michael and All Angels 30: Jerome, Priest and Teacher of the Faith, 420 October 1: Remigius, Bishop and Missionary to the Franks, 530 2: Anthony, Earl of Shaftsbury, Philanthropist, 1885 4: Francis of Assisi, Religious, 1226 7: William Tyndale, Priest and Martyr, 1536 11: Philip the Deacon 15: Teresa of Avila, Religious, 1582 16: Hugh Latimer and Nicholas Ridley, Bishops and Martyrs, 1555 17: Ignatius of Antioch, Bishop and Martyr, c. 110 18: St Luke 19: Henry Martyn, Missionary to the East, 1812 28: St Simon and St Jude November 2: The Commemoration of the Faithful Departed 3: The Martyrs of Mbokotwana, 1880 4: Martin de Porres, Religious, 1639 7: Willibrord, Bishop and Missionary in Holland, 739 8: Martyrs and Confessors of our Time 10: Leo the Great, Bishop of Rome and Teacher of the Faith, 461 11: Martin, Bishop of Tours, 397 12: Charles Simeon, Priest, 1836 14: Samuel Seabury, Bishop in America, 1784 16: Margaret, Queen of Scotland, 1093 18: Hilda of Whitby, Religious, 680 22: Cecilia, Virgin and Martyr at Rome, c. 230 23: Clement, Bishop of Rome and Martyr, c. 100 30: St Andrew December 1: Nicholas Ferrar, Deacon and Religious, 1637 3: Francis Xavier, Priest and Missionary to the East, 1552 4: John of Damascus, Teacher of the Faith, c. 760 5: Peter Masiza, Priest, 1907 7: Ambrose, Bishop of Milan and Teacher of the Faith, 397 24: Christmas Eve 26: St Stephen This Festival may be transferred to 3 August 27: St John This Festival may be transferred to 6 May 28: The Holy Innocents This Festival may be transferred to 11 January 29: Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury and Martyr, 1170 Special Days Days of Special Devotion are Ash Wednesday, the weekdays of Holy Week (including the Easter Vigil), and the weekdays of Easter Week. Additionally Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are fast days. Ember Days fall on the following Sundays (and include the Wednesday and Friday prior): the Third Sunday in Advent, the Second Sunday in Lent, Trinity Sunday, and the Twenty Sixth Sunday of the Year. On these days particularly prayers are offered for theological institutions, the ordained, and those preparing for ordination. Rogation Days are the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday following the Twenty Eighth Sunday of the Year and can be moved to suit local custom. On these days God's blessing is asked for the fruitfulness of the earth and peoples labour. The Harvest Thanksgiving is celebrated according to local custom. Evening Prayer on the eve of Christmas, Pentecost, and Ascension are services of special preparation for those Festivals. See also Anglicanism portal Anglican Church of Southern Africa Liturgical Calendars of the Communion References ^ The Provincial Trustees of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa (1989). An Anglican Prayer Book 1989. Collins Liturgical Publications. pp. 17–33. 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