October - Popular Feast Days


Swarovski Crystal Beads and Sterling Silver Rosary October, the month of the Holy Rosary, celebrates the spiritual beauty of the Rosary, emphasizing the need for prayer, fasting and sacrifice. The Rosary is a prayer. The rosary (notice lowercase) is a tool for this specific prayer.  The Rosary is a Christocentric setting for Lectio Divina, that is, a meditation on the Life of Christ, particularly His Ministry, Passion, Death and Resurrection. The Rosary is the prayer of the saints, and has a is easy to pray. It offers hope and healing.

Dates in BOLD are Holy Days of Obligation for October:

Oct. 1: St. Therese Lisieux 

Oct. 2: St. Leger

Oct. 3: St. Menna

Oct. 4: Twenty - Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time, St. Francis of Assisi

Oct. 5: St. Flora

Oct. 6: St Bruno

Oct. 7: Pope St. Mark

Oct. 8: St. Benedicta

Oct. 9: St. Demetrius

Oct. 10: St. Gereon

Oct. 11: Twenty - Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time, St. Kenneth

Oct. 12: St. Wilfrid

Oct. 13: St. Edward the Confessor 

 Oct. 14: St. Calixtus

Oct. 15: St. Severus

Oct. 16: St. Kiara

Oct. 17: St. John the Dwarf

Oct. 18: Twenty - Nineth Sunday in Ordinary Time, St. Luke

Oct. 19: St. Laura

Oct. 20: St. Acca

Oct. 21: St.Gaspar

Oct. 22: St. Philip

Oct. 23: St. Oda

Oct. 24: St. Senach

Oct. 25: Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, St. Cyrinus

 Oct. 26: St. Bean

Oct. 27: St. Abraham the Poor

Oct. 28: St. Jude Thaddaeus

Oct. 29: St. Anne

Oct. 30: St. Herbert

Oct. 31: St. Wolfgang

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