Candlemas Day 2nd February 2020

 

Candlemas Day 2nd February 2020. Every year, 2nd February is officially celebrated as Candlemas Day by United States people. This is another big celebration day, which is annually celebrated by the United States people. Candlemas Day, the Presentation of the Lord Jesus in the Temple, A day of light & joy. Good time to bring your candles to Church for blessings & use them through the coming year for prayer. On this day, Jesus was taken to the temple by his parents where he was recognized by Simeon, as ‘a light to lighten the Gentiles and the glory of God’s people Israel.’ celebrated as a feast day in the Catholic Church, the Presentation of Jesus at the Temple also marks the end of the celebration of Christmas in some Eastern European countries.

On this day, every want is searching to know the Candlemas Day-Date, History & Celebrations idea. So, we are trying to update all kinds of information like Candlemas Day 2020 Celebration Date, History, Facts, Celebrations Idea, Wishes, Quotes, Messages, Images, Sayings and Status for social media.

When is the Candlemas Day?

Annually, the Candlemas Day is celebrated on 2nd February Happy Feast of the Presentation of the Lord! Christ is the light of the nations, so today is also known as Candlemas Day or blessing of candles.

 

How to Celebrate Candlemas day 2020?

Candlemas Day, the Presentation of the Lord Jesus in the Temple, A day of light and joy. What a good time to bring your candles to Church for a blessing and use them throughout the coming ear for prayer. Even the frivolous Groundhog’s Day is rooted in this feast. Just wanted to wish everyone a wonderful Feb. 2nd. Whether you celebrate Candlemas or are just waiting to see if the groundhog sees his shadow, I hope it’s a very special day for you!

Candlemas day 2020 Wishes, Quotes, Status, Messages, SMS:

  • Today The Presentation of the Lord, 40 days after His birth, or ‘Candlemas Day’ as candles are brought in procession at Mass. In the Extraordinary Form of the Mass = ‘Purification of Mary’. It is a “Christmas feast” because the Gospel recalls Christ’s presentation at the Temple.
  • Oh God, origin of light, pour into our hearts the brilliance of perpetual light so we may reach the light of your glory. Amen!
  • I love Candlemas. Growing up, my family & parish didn’t do anything special to acknowledge it.
  • It’s the Candlemas, Day. Do something creative to honor the spark of spring’s rebirth as winter begins to recede. Bake, draw, sing, write, speak, think. Get out into nature if you can. Beauty is still there. Hope is still there.