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- Laetare Sunday (Church Latin: [leˈta.re]; classical Latin: [lae̯ˈtaːre]; English: /liːˈtɛəri/) is the fourth Sunday in the season of Lent, in the Western...
- The Laetare Medal is an annual award given by the University of Notre Dame in recognition of outstanding service to the Catholic Church and society. The...
- by Charles de Courbe dates from 1622, and Lully's motet Regina coeli, laetare dates from 1684. 7 Regina caeli, H.16, H.30, H.31, H.32, H.32 a, H.32 b...
- The Laetare of Stavelot (French: Laetare de Stavelot) is a traditional carnival that occurs every Laetare Sunday (fourth Sunday of Lent) in Stavelot,...
- former executive director Sister Rosemary Connelly, R.S.M. was awarded the Laetare Medal by the University of Notre Dame. It currently supports more than...
- celebration of mothers and motherhood. Mothering Sunday coincides with Laetare Sunday, also called Mid-Lent Sunday or Refreshment Sunday, a day of respite...
- Stavelot. It is best known as the home of Spa-Francorchamps Circuit and the Laetare de Stavelot carnival. In 2006, Stavelot had a po****tion of 6,671 and an...
- Plaude laetare Gallia is a motet by Jean-Baptiste Lully (music) and Pierre Perrin (text), written to celebrate the baptism of King Louis XIV's son, the...
- Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. (born November 20, 1942) is an American politician who is the 46th and current president of the United States since 2021. A...
- Sundays are: Laetare Sunday, the fourth Sunday in Lent Gaudete Sunday, the third Sunday in Advent Of these, the better known is Laetare Sunday, and if...