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sexta-feira, 24 de fevereiro de 2012

Quaresma - vocabulário em Inglês

Um pouco mais de vocabulário cristão/católico em inglês




Estamos na Quaresma,certo? Então nada melhor do que aprender um vocabulário novo sobre este tempo que a igreja católica tem vivido e que começou na quarta-feira de cinzas.

Alguém já deve ter se perguntado como será que se diz QUARESMA E QUARTA – FEIRA DE CINZAS em inglês... pois é eu também me fiz a mesma pergunta e coloco a resposta aqui =) .

Lembrando, é pesquisando que nós aprendemos e é pesquisando que nosso vocabulário se amplia.


- Lent - Quaresma

- Ash Wednesday- Quarta-feira de cinzas

- Easter Sunday – Domingo de páscoa

- When does Lent 2012 begin? - Quando começa a Quaresma 2012

- Lent season - Periodo da Quaresma / Tempo da Quaresma

- Lent 2012 begins on Ash Wednesday ( com dias da semana utiliza-se o ON)


When Does Lent 2012 Begin?

The season of Lent, the time of preparation for Easter Sunday, begins on a different date each year. When does Lent 2012 begin?

Answer: Lent 2012 begins on Ash Wednesday, February 22, 2012.

- Holy Day of Obligation – Dia Santo de Guarda

- Mass – Missa

- Attend mass – participar da missa /assistir a missa

- Fasting Jejum

- Abstinence - abstinência

- It is, however, a day of fasting and abstinence -É, no entanto, um dia de jejum e abstinência.

Is Ash Wednesday a Holy Day of Obligation?

Answer: While all Roman Catholics are encouraged to attend Mass on Ash Wednesday in order to begin the Lenten season with the proper attitude and reflection, Ash Wednesday is not a Holy Day of Obligation. It is, however, a day of fasting and abstinence.

-Death of Christ – Morte de Cristo

-Good Friday – Sexta-Feira Santa

-Resurrection – Ressurreição

- Easter Sunday – Domingo de Páscoa

-Repentance Arrependimento

-Confession - Confissão

Lent is a time of preparation for the death of Christ on Good Friday and His Resurrection on Easter Sunday. It is a period of 40 days of repentance, with prayer, fasting and abstinence, and Confession.

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-Gospels – Evangelhos

-The great change - A graça da mudança

-Very forceful manner – de uma maneira muito forte

-Work of redemption – Obra de redenção

-Head of Humanity – Chefe da humanidade

-Passion- Paixão

-Cast out – Lançado fora

- The Prince of this world – O príncipe deste mundo ( termo muito usado pelos Cristãos)

-Adam - Adão

The scene of the temptation, which opens the public life of Jesus, declares in the Gospels in a very forceful manner the great change in our lives that He introduces into the world by His work of redemption. Where Adam fell, Christ, the new Head of humanity, triumphs over the power of Satan: at the time of His passion "the prince of this world" will be cast out.

Sunday Readings – Leitura de domingo

First reading – Primeira Leitura

Book of Genesis – Livro de Gênesis

Covenant – Aliança

Noah –Noé


Sunday Readings

The first reading is from the Book of Genesis 9:8-15 and is about the covenant between God and Noah not to destroy the world again by water.

Uma música cristã legal em inglês - Não sei quem é o cantor ou banda.


Depois que aprendemos um pouco de vocabulário sobre Quaresma - Semana Santa e afins que tal ouvir um podcast ( tipo poodcast) sobre este tema? Link

Link para ouvir um artigo em inglês sobre a Quarta-feira de cinzas - http://video.about.com/catholicism/What-Is-Ash-Wednesday-.htm


What Is Ash Wednesday? ( texto para acompanhar o audio)

In the Roman Catholic Church, Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent, the season of preparation for the resurrection of Jesus Christ on Easter Sunday.

Facts About Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday always falls 46 days before Easter. Since Easter falls on a different date each year, Ash Wednesday does, too. While Ash Wednesday is not a Holy Day of Obligation, all Roman Catholics are encouraged to attend Mass on this day in order to mark the beginning of the Lenten season.

What Happens on Ash Wednesday?

During Mass, the ashes which give Ash Wednesday its name are distributed. The ashes are made by burning the blessed palms that were distributed the previous year on Palm Sunday; many churches ask their parishioners to return any palms that they took home so that they can be burned.After the priest blesses the ashes and sprinkles them with holy water, the faithful come forward to receive them. The priest dips his right thumb in the ashes and, making the Sign of the Cross on each person's forehead, says, "Remember, man, that thou art dust, and to dust thou shalt return".

The distribution of ashes reminds us of our own mortality and calls us to repentance. In the early Church, Ash Wednesday was the day on which those who had sinned, and who wished to be readmitted to the Church, would begin their public penance. The ashes that we receive are a reminder of our own sinfulness, and many Catholics leave them on their foreheads all day as a sign of humility. The Church emphasizes the penitential nature of Ash Wednesday by calling us to fast and abstain from meat.


Ohter link for another text ... about Good Friday ( sexta -feira Santa)- http://video.about.com/catholicism/What-Is-Good-Friday-.htm



  • Terça-feira de Carnaval
  • SHROVE TUESDAY, FAT TUESDAY
  • Quarta-feira de Cinzas
  • ASH WEDNESDAY
  • Quaresma
  • LENT
  • Domingo de Ramos
  • PALM SUNDAY
  • Quinta-feira Santa
  • MAUNDY THURSDAY, SHEER THURSDAY, or HOLY THURSDAY
  • Santa Ceia
  • LAST SUPPER
  • Sábado de Aleluia
  • HOLY SATURDAY or SILENT SATURDAY
  • Domingo de Páscoa
  • EASTER SUNDAY
  • Ovos de Páscoa
  • EASTER EGGS
  • Coelho da Páscoa
  • EASTER BUNNY
  • Páscoa (dos judeus)
  • PASSOVER (PESACH or PESAH)



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