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Approach. The word " Coming " originates from the Latin word " Adventus " which implies " coming ". The season of Approach covers the four weeks before Christmas. Amid these four weeks we are get ready for the festival of the birthday of Jesus.

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Coming The word " Advent " originates from the Latin word " Adventus " which implies " coming ". The period of Advent covers the four weeks before Christmas. Amid these four weeks we are get ready for the festival of the birthday of Jesus. Amid Advent we are asked in the readings at mass to set up the method for the Lord. Arrangements are imperative at Christmastime. We plan at home, in school and at the congregation. Be that as it may, the most essential readiness is the planning of our souls. © Nollaig Shona 2011 www.nollaigshona.ie

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ADVENT We prepare for Jesus in our souls by adoring as Jesus did, by being thoughtful, excusing, sharing, mindful, and being submissive. Amid Advent, we can set up the method for the Lord by apologizing and saying sorry for our wrongdoings. © Nollaig Shona 2011 www.nollaigshona.ie

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ADVENT COME, LORD JESUS Obey Love Make room in your heart for Jesus Share Pray Repent Care Forgive © Nollaig Shona 2011 www.nollaigshona.ie

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ADVENT WREATH The Advent Wreath is an extremely old custom that initially originated from Germany. It is made of evergreens limited to a hover of wire. Five candles are put on the wreath, four along the outside and one in the inside. The candles along the outside are similarly separated. Three of these are purple and one is rose hued. The flame in the inside is white. © Nollaig Shona 2011 www.nollaigshona.ie

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ADVENT WREATH The circle advises us that God's affection has no start and no end. The green leaves advise us that God's affection never shows signs of change. One light is lit on every Sunday of Advent. The rose shaded light is lit on the third Sunday of Advent, once in a while known as Gaudete Sunday. The white light in the focal point of the wreath is lit at Christmas to symbolize the introduction of Jesus. © Nollaig Shona 2011 www.nollaigshona.ie

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