What Is a Liturgical Calendar?

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A Liturgical Calendar is the church calendar which contains the mysteries that surrounded the life and death of Christ. It contains the special Christian holidays of the liturgy, from the birth of Christ to the time of his death. On the calendar, Easter is the most important Christian holiday.
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