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In medieval times in many parts of Europe, Corpus Christi was a time for the performance of mystery plays. The plays in York, England were performed on Corpus Christi Day for some years until suppressed in the sixteenth century during the Protestant Reformation.

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As many as 10, pilgrims come from neighboring areas. Culminating on Trinity Sunday, this festival marks the return in the sky of the Pleiades constellation, known in the Quechua language as Qullqa , or "storehouse", as it is associated with the upcoming harvest and New Year. The festival precedes the official feast of Corpus Christi, held the Thursday following Trinity Sunday, but it is closely associated with it.

In the village of Castrillo de Murcia near Burgos , the celebration includes the practice of El Colacho baby jumping. In Catalonia , Corpus Cristi is celebrated with the tradition of the dancing egg. There is evidence this tradition dates from the 16th century. The Patum de Berga is a popular and traditional festival that is celebrated each year in the Catalan city of Berga Barcelona during Corpus Christi.

It consists of a series of "dances" balls by townspeople dressed as mystical and symbolical figures.

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The balls are marked by their solemnity and their ample use of fire and pyrotechnics. Corpus Christi is a moveable feast , celebrated on the Thursday after Trinity Sunday [9] or, in countries where it is not a holy day of obligation , on the following Sunday. The earliest possible Thursday celebration falls on 21 May as in and , the latest on 24 June as in and The Sunday celebration of the feast, introduced in the second half of the 20th century, occurs three days later, between 24 May at earliest for the first time in and 27 June at latest for the first time in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Catholic feast day, public holiday in some countries. For other uses, see Corpus Domini disambiguation. Corpus Christi procession. Oil on canvas by Carl Emil Doepler. Catholic News Agency. Archived from the original on June 21, Retrieved June 21, Archived from the original on January 11, Alexander; John A. Elliott Apr 1, University of South Carolina Press. Oct 7, Archived from the original on October 7, Retrieved New York: Robert Appleton Company, Cambridge University Press.

Winter Overture , from Ruslan and Lyudmila. Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka transc. Eric Plutz. Craig Phillips b. Symphony V Allegro vivace. Frederick Delius arr. Dom Gregor Murray. Christ, der du bist der helle Tag , BWV Improvisation - Variations on a submitted theme. Toccata Chromatica , Echoes of Sweelinck. Carl Maria von Weber transc. Ahreum Han. Symphonie No.

Giuseppe Verdi transc. Second Concert Study "Flying Feet".


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Aria Cantilena , from Bachianas Brasileiras No. Variations on "Old Folks at Home". Fanfare and Fugue. Robert McCormick , St.

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Paul's Parish, Washington, D. Pierre Cochereau transc. Transports de joie , from L'Ascension. Calvary Episcopal Church Sunday, October 30, 4pm. Prelude and Fugue in E Minor , Op. Prelude on "Were you there" Prelude and Fugue in A-flat Major , Op. Concertino Chorale Reflections Celebration. Prelude and Fugue in C Major , Op. Allegro risoluto , from Symphony no. Variations on "The Last Rose of Summer" , op. From Three New Impressions , Op. Prelude and Fugue in G Minor , Op. Suite , Op. Maurice Ravel arr. Christopher Houlihan.

Andante Sostenuto , from Symphonie Gothique , opus Allegro , from Sixth Symphony , opus 42, no. Symphony No. Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir 2 clav. Partita on "Freu dich sehr, O meine Seele" Variations 1, 2, 5, 9, 4, 10, Six Variations sur un Psaume Huguenot , Op. Symphonie V , Op. Sinfonia , from Cantata Four Choral Preludes , Op.

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  • Herzlich tut mich verlangen My heart is filled with longing The Swan , from The Carnival of the Animals. Overture , from A Midsummer Night's Dream. Felix Mendelssohn transc. Au bord d'une source , from Annees de Pelerinages. The younger boy and the older boy , from Three Reckonings Symphonie V in F Minor , Op. Aria Prima , from Hexachordum Apollinis , Sigfrid Karg-Elert transc.

    Boris Hellmers. Johann Sebastian Bach transc. From Sonata No. March upon Handel's "Lift up your heads". Nigel Potts orch. Leopold Stokowski. From Four Sketches , Op. Sonata in C Minor , Op. The office can also be found in the codex Regimen Animarum. The feast of Corpus Christi is one of five occasions in the year on which a diocesan bishop is not to be away from his diocese unless for a grave and urgent reason. In many countries, the day is a holy day of obligation to participate in the celebration of Mass and takes place on the Thursday after Trinity Sunday. On that day or on the following Sunday, which is the feast day where it is not a holy day of obligation, it is traditional to hold in the streets of a town or in an individual parish a procession with prayers and singing to honor the Blessed Sacrament.

    During the procession, the [sacramental bread consecrated host]] is displayed in a monstrance held aloft by a member of the clergy. At the end of the procession, Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament is imparted.

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    The celebration of Corpus Christi was abolished in England in The feast is also celebrated by Anglo-Catholic parishes, even in provinces of the Anglican Communion that do not officially include it in their calendars. Martin Luther spoke out against processing with the consecrated elements, which he viewed as "only play-acting" and "just vain idolatry". In one of his postils homilies , he wrote. I am to no festival more hostile Because it is the most shameful festival. At no festival are God and his Christ more blasphemed, than on this day, and particularly by the procession. For then people are treating the Blessed Sacrament with such ignominy that it becomes only play-acting and is just vain idolatry.

    With its cosmetics and false holiness it conflicts with Christ's order and establishment. Because He never commanded us to carry on like this. Therefore beware of such worship! However, the feast was retained in the calendars of the Lutheran Church until about Like Lutherans , followers of the Reformed tradition do not observe the feast.

    It is commemorated in the liturgical calendars of the more Latinized Eastern Catholic Churches. In medieval times in many parts of Europe, Corpus Christi was a time for the performance of mystery plays. The plays in York, England were performed on Corpus Christi Day for some years until suppressed in the sixteenth century during the Protestant Reformation. As many as 10, pilgrims come from neighboring areas. Culminating on Trinity Sunday, this festival marks the return in the sky of the Pleiades constellation, known in the Quechua language as Qullqa , or "storehouse", as it is associated with the upcoming harvest and New Year.

    The festival precedes the official feast of Corpus Christi, held the Thursday following Trinity Sunday, but it is closely associated with it. In the village of Castrillo de Murcia near Burgos , the celebration includes the practice of El Colacho baby jumping. In Catalonia , Corpus Cristi is celebrated with the tradition of the dancing egg. There is evidence this tradition dates from the 16th century. The Patum de Berga is a popular and traditional festival that is celebrated each year in the Catalan city of Berga Barcelona during Corpus Christi.

    It consists of a series of "dances" balls by townspeople dressed as mystical and symbolical figures. The balls are marked by their solemnity and their ample use of fire and pyrotechnics. Corpus Christi is a moveable feast , celebrated on the Thursday after Trinity Sunday [9] or, in countries where it is not a holy day of obligation , on the following Sunday.