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Sunday, December 24, 2006
The Christmas Proclamation
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The Christmas Proclamation, which is sung at the beginning of Midnight Mass:

* The twenty-fifth day of December.

* In the five thousand one hundred and ninety-ninth year of the creation of the world from the time when God in the beginning created the heavens and the earth;

* the two thousand nine hundred and fifty-seventh year after the flood;

* the two thousand and fifteenth year from the birth of Abraham;

* the one thousand five hundred and tenth year from Moses and the going forth of the people of Israel from Egypt;

* the one thousand and thirty-second year from David's being anointed king;

* in the sixty-fifth week according to the prophecy of Daniel;

* in the one hundred and ninety-fourth Olympiad;

* the seven hundred and fifty-second year from the foundation of the city of Rome;

* the forty second year of the reign of Octavian Augustus;

* the whole world being at peace,

* in the sixth age of the world,

* Jesus Christ the eternal God and Son of the eternal Father, desiring to sanctify the world by his most merciful coming, being conceived by the Holy Spirit, and nine months having passed since his conception,

* was born in Bethlehem of Judea of the Virgin Mary, being made flesh.

* The Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ according to the flesh.

3 comments:

del_button December 24, 2006 at 5:44 PM
4HisChurch said...

Have a Happy and Holy Christmas!

del_button December 25, 2006 at 12:31 AM
Danny Garland Jr. said...

Merry Christmas Moneybags!

del_button December 25, 2006 at 8:56 AM
lil joan said...

Have a Blessed Christmas!!

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