Waiting in Joyful Hope

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The diocesan theme for Advent 2020 is Waiting in Joyful Hope

The season of Advent reminds us that God comes to us. During the first two weeks of Advent we prepare ourselves for when Christ will come again in glory at the end of time. During the second two weeks of Advent we prepare to celebrate when he came at Christmas. At the same time, we become more aware of the fact that God comes to us now. In this way, our very lives are “an Advent, a time of waiting, listening and hoping, a time of openness to the unimaginable gift of God” (Sister Maria Boulding, The Coming of God). Throughout Advent, throughout our lives, we wait in joyful hope for the coming of our Savior, Jesus Christ.  

Resources

ADVENT – CHRISTMAS LITURGICAL SUPPLEMENT

Advent 2020 USCCB Calendar

Children's Advent Calendar 

Family/Respect Life Advent Printable 

Diocese of Syracuse Liturgical Supplement 2020

Blessing of an Advent Wreath

About Advent Wreaths

Banners, Greeting Cards, Advent Resources & Bulletin Covers

 Liturgy and Prayer Resources

Blessings for Advent

Advent Activities for All

10 Simple Ways to Celebrate Advent

Graphics

Please use the following graphics for social media sharing: 

Facebook Cover Photo - White

Facebook Cover Photo - Purple 

Facebook - Advent Candles 

Instagram - Advent Candles 

Facebook - Second Sunday of Advent 

Instagram - Second Sunday of Advent 

Facebook - Third Sunday of Advent 

Instagram - Third Sunday of Advent 

Facebook - Fourth Sunday of Advent 

Instagram - Fourth Sunday of Advent 

Instagram - White

Instagram - Purple

Advent, Waiting in Joyful Hope Logo - White Background

Advent, Waiting in Joyful Hope Logo - Transparent Background


 

Christmas Mass Times:

Ch. 9 Syracuse - 12/25, 6-7am

WBNG Binghamton - 12/25, 6-7am

WKTV Utica - 12/25, 6-7am

 

 

 

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