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Update: September 1:

Working on September Saints right now....

The term “dog days” was used by the Greeks in Aristotle’s Physics.  Astronomer Geminus, around 70 B.C., wrote: “It is generally believed that Sirius produces the heat of the ‘dog days,’ but this is an error, for the star merely marks a season of the year when the sun’s heat is the greatest.”

The lectionary of the 1559 edition of the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer indicates: “Naonae. Dog days begin” with the readings for July 7 & end August 18. But the readings for September 5 indicate: “Naonae. Dog days end.”  This corresponds very closely to the lectionary of the 1611 edition of the King James Bible which indicates the Dog Days beginning on July 6 & ending on September 5.
- from the daily néwsletter of one of our favorite sites: It’s About Time also featured in The Hildegarden. 


St. Roch is more beloved than ever and his Prayer Circle now has over 600 participants!Click here to visit. In celebration of St. Roch’s Day, August 16, we offer a special One-of-a-Kind chaplet/necklace as a Win-Win Piece.Roch Necklace

 Celebrating this month:

St. Roch Anachron genlow fiacon Lugh Anachron
St. Roch
(August 16)
 St. Genesius
(August 25)
 St. Fiacre
(August 30)
 Lugh
(Celtic Deity)

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