Laetare Sunday

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From Latin Laetare (Rejoice!), the first word of the introit of the day's mass, traditionally a Latin translation of Isaiah 66:10.

Noun[edit]

Laetare Sunday (plural Laetare Sundays)

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  1. (Roman Catholicism) Synonym of Mothering Sunday: the fourth Sunday of Lent.

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