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Christians are no longer held to the strict laws of Sabbath (an argument can actually be made that Jews were never held to this strict law, either, but that they made it stricter than necessary--but that's beside the point). I have had jobs in the past where I was required to work on Sunday. To ensure that I still had a "Sabbath day" (day of rest), I chose ...
what is so much more superlative about having the requirement to attend Mass abrogated every few years on one day for one feast Code of Canon Law which guides Feast Days says the following: 1246 §1. Sunday, on which by apostolic tradition the paschal mystery is celebrated, must be observed in the universal Church as the primordial holy day of ...
When I was a member of conservative Baptist churches, the emphasis was on what was allowed, rather than on what wasn't. The mindset was that the Sabbath was obsolete, Sunday was the Lord's Day, and everything done in it should primarily focus on him. Attending church was okay, including all the work involved in that activity: Bathing, dressing, and ...
Well it's not any Sunday but a Sunday in advent. So the Sunday takes precedence over a solemnity. Can't understand why it doesn't move to Saturday though. Introduction to Divine Office says that's what should happen.
Lunar Sabbaths are an idea some groups - mostly Messianic Jewish branches - hold to that claim the Sabbath does not happen every 7 days, but on a cycle based upon the New Moon. There is an article that deals with them at http://csda-adventistchurch.to/lunar.html
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