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What is liturgical cycle or year?

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The liturgical year is the calendar of the church. In the Catholic Church, for example, most of the year consists of Ordinary time, but there are other times as well. Basic calendar: Advent; Christmas; Ordinary Time; Lent; Easter; Pentecost; Ordinary
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