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Frequently Asked Questions
regarding
THE MEANING OF
"LAETARE SUNDAY."


Q. 1. What is "Laetare Sunday?"

A. 1. "Laetare Sunday" is the popular name that has been given to the Fourth Sunday in Lent. It is a time when the Church takes a bit of breather from Lenten practice.

"Laetare Sunday" takes its name from the Latin word which begins the Entrance Antiphon (Introit) for that day. "Laetare" means "Rejoice."



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