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Cantate Sunday

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Cantate Sunday

Cantate Sunday is the fourth Sunday after Easter in the Roman Catholic liturgical calendar[2] and the Lutheran liturgical calendar.

It is known by the Eastern Orthodox as the Sunday of the Samaritan Woman.[3]

Because it's often used for an annual sermon about hymns and liturgical music, it's sometimes nicknamed "Sing-song Sunday."


Preceded by
Misericordia Sunday
4th Sunday of Easter
Sundays of the Roman Catholic liturgical calendar
Cantate Sunday
5th Sunday of Easter
Succeeded by
Sixth Sunday of Easter
de:Sonntage der Osterzeit#Kantate – 4. Sonntag nach Ostern
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