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This Sunday is Pentecost Sunday, a very significant day in scripture. The readings and Gospels are leading up to the Pentecost when Jesus appears to all of the disciples and bestows the Holy Spirit on them and sends them out to spread His message. They were filled with the Holy Spirit, and this is often depicted in paintings as flames above their heads.
In many countries, parishioners wear red clothing, the same as the priest’s vestments, to Mass on Pentecost to signify the strength of their faith and the gift that the Holy Spirit has bestowed on them.
We would like to celebrate Pentecost in this traditional way here at Saint George and invite all parishioners to wear red to all Masses on the weekend of May 18th and 19th. Get out that red shirt or dress and share your joy for the gift of the Holy Spirit!
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This Sunday is Pentecost Sunday, a very significant day in scripture. The readings and Gospels are leading up to the Pentecost when Jesus appears to all of the disciples and bestows the Holy Spirit on them and sends them out to spread His message. They were filled with the Holy Spirit, and this is often depicted in paintings as flames above their heads.
In many countries, parishioners wear red clothing, the same as the priest’s vestments, to Mass on Pentecost to signify the strength of their faith and the gift that the Holy Spirit has bestowed on them.
We would like to celebrate Pentecost in this traditional way here at Saint George and invite all parishioners to wear red to all Masses on the weekend of May 18th and 19th. Get out that red shirt or dress and share your joy for the gift of the Holy Spirit!
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