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Copy of Advent prezi

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what is it?
Advent
(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
(cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr
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(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
Advent ......
A time of preparation
Togetherness
Fulfilment
Waiting in hope
New life
Candles
Messiah
Emmanual
Rebirth
What Candle??
There are 4 sundays during
the advent season.
1st sunday - purple candle
2nd sunday - purple candle
3rd sunday - purple candle
4th sunday - pink candle
1st candle of
advent is the
candle of hope
2nd candle of
advent is the
candle of
preparation.
The third
candle of
advent is
the candle
of Joy.
The fourth candle is the candle of love
There is also
a white candle
which is the
candle of christ
Advent is thought to
have begun in France,
Advent was a period
of preparation for the
Feast of the Epiphany,
a day when converts
were baptized
Where did it come from?
The wreath of
evergreen is a
symbol of
beginning
in the church.
Advent is the period
beginning four Sundays
before Christmas. It is
observed in commemoration
of the coming of
Christ into the world.
Adventus Domini
(coming of the
Lord).
In the course of a
year, the Church
celebrates the
unfolding of the
mystery of Christ,
beginning with Advent.
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