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Lukas 1:38

Kata Maria: "Sesungguhnya aku ini adalah hamba Tuhan; jadilah padaku menurut perkataanmu itu." Lalu malaikat itu meninggalkan dia.
Luke 1:38

Then Mary said, Behold, I am the handmaiden of the Lord; let it be done to me according to what you have said. And the angel left her.
Lukas 1:46-47

Lalu kata Maria: "Jiwaku memuliakan Tuhan,
dan hatiku bergembira karena Allah, Juruselamatku,

Luke 1:46-47

And Mary said, My soul magnifies and extols the Lord,
And my spirit rejoices in God my Savior,

Lukas 1:48

sebab Ia telah memperhatikan kerendahan hamba-Nya. Sesungguhnya, mulai dari sekarang segala keturunan akan menyebut aku berbahagia,
Luke 1:48

For He has looked upon the low station and humiliation of His handmaiden. For behold, from now on all generations [of all ages] will call me blessed and declare me happy and to be envied!
Lukas 1:49-50

karena Yang Mahakuasa telah melakukan perbuatan-perbuatan besar kepadaku dan nama-Nya adalah kudus.
Dan rahmat-Nya turun-temurun atas orang yang takut akan Dia.

Luke 1:49-50

For He Who is almighty has done great things for me--and holy is His name [to be venerated in His purity, majesty and glory]!
And His mercy (His compassion and kindness toward the miserable and afflicted) is on those who fear Him with godly reverence, from generation to generation and age to age.

Lukas 1:51

Ia memperlihatkan kuasa-Nya dengan perbuatan tangan-Nya dan mencerai-beraikan orang-orang yang congkak hatinya;
Luke 1:51

He has shown strength and made might with His arm; He has scattered the proud and haughty in and by the imagination and purpose and designs of their hearts.
Lukas 1:52-53

Ia menurunkan orang-orang yang berkuasa dari takhtanya dan meninggikan orang-orang yang rendah;
Ia melimpahkan segala yang baik kepada orang yang lapar, dan menyuruh orang yang kaya pergi dengan tangan hampa;

Luke 1:52-53

He has put down the mighty from their thrones and exalted those of low degree.
He has filled and satisfied the hungry with good things, and the rich He has sent away empty-handed [without a gift].

Lukas 1:54

Ia menolong Israel, hamba-Nya, karena Ia mengingat rahmat-Nya,

Luke 1:54

He has laid hold on His servant Israel [to help him, to espouse his cause], in remembrance of His mercy,

Lukas 1:55

seperti yang dijanjikan-Nya kepada nenek moyang kita, kepada Abraham dan keturunannya untuk selama-lamanya."
Luke 1:55

Even as He promised to our forefathers, to Abraham and to his descendants forever.
Lukas 2:48

Dan ketika orang tua-Nya melihat Dia, tercenganglah mereka, lalu kata ibu-Nya kepada-Nya: "Nak, mengapakah Engkau berbuat demikian terhadap kami? Bapa-Mu dan aku dengan cemas mencari Engkau."
Luke 2:48

When his parents saw him, they were astonished. His mother said to him, "Son, why have you treated us like this? Your father and I have been anxiously searching for you."
Yoh 2:5

Tetapi ibu Yesus berkata kepada pelayan-pelayan: "Apa yang dikatakan kepadamu, buatlah itu!"
John 2:5

His mother said to the servants, “Do whatever he tells you.”
     
 
       
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LITURGICAL COLORS IN THE CHATHOLIC LITURGY

LITURGICAL COLORS IN THE CHATHOLIC LITURGY
BY: RD. SILVESTER ASAN MARLIN

 Liturgical colors are one form of symbol or symbols used in Christian worship. Function in the liturgical color is a sign of ecclesial event. These colors can be used on clothing accessories liturgy the priest and choir accompanying, stole or altar cloths. A place to put the altar vessels banquet. Tata colors used are based on Pope Pius V in 1570 and set out in the Order Missae by Pope Pius VI in 1969. Four basic colors used in the liturgy full color: green, purple, white (yellow), and red.


Green
Ordinary Time
In general, the color green is seen as a quiet, refreshing, comforting, and humane. The green color is also associated with the spring, where the atmosphere is dominated by the color green nature provide an atmosphere of hope. The green color in particular is seen as a contemplative and quiet colors.
Because the color green symbolizes silence, contemplation, serenity, freshness, and hope, the color chosen for the usual period of the liturgical year round unless there are special feast days. In ordinary times, people live the Christian life routine with great calmness, contemplation of the work and the word of God through everyday life, while living life with hope of God's love.

Purple
Advent
Lent
At the time of Mass requiem mass or spirits
The color purple is a symbol for wisdom, balance, caution, and introspective. That is why the color purple chosen for the season of Advent and Lent, because at that time all Christians are invited to repent, introspective, and prepare for the great celebration of Christmas or Easter. Color was also used for penitential rite.

In general, the liturgical spirit use purple instead of black. In the spirit of the liturgy, the color purple symbolizes surrender, repentance, and God's mercy petition and mercy upon those who have died and we all as believers.

White / yellow
Christmas
Maundy Thursday
Easter
Trinity Sunday
Christ the King
Baptism and Confirmation sidi
Ordination
Affirmation
Wedding
Meaning of the color white is associated with new life, as in the liturgy of baptism baptisms used to wear white clothing. The white color is generally seen as a symbol of purity, innocence, and the unquenchable light of absolute truth. The white color also symbolizes absolute purity. The white color symbolizes purity also perfect, triumphant glory, and eternal glory. In a sense this is also why a pope mengenkan robes, single and white solideo.
Yellow color is generally seen as striking as a stronger form of the meaning of glory and immortality, as emitted by the color of gold. In the liturgy, white and yellow colors used by the same symbol meaning, namely Makana eternal glory, eternal glory, purity, and truth. That is why the white and yellow colors can be used together or one.

White or yellow color is used for the Easter and Christmas, festivals, parties and admonition of the Lord Jesus, but his passion warning. Similarly, white and yellow colors used at the feast, feast and memorial Blessed Virgin Mary, the angels, the saints are not martyrs, on the feast of All Saints (1 November), Saint John the Baptist (June 24), on the feast of St. John the author Gospel (December 27), the Throne of St. Peter the Apostle (February 22), and the Conversion of the Apostle Paul (25 January)

Red
The third week of Advent
Palm Sunday
Increase
Pentecost
Feast of the Martyrs
Red is the color of fire and blood. Thus, the red color is very connected with the shedding of the blood of the martyrs as witnesses of faith, as the Lord Jesus Christ shed his blood for the life of the world. In ancient Roman tradition, the color red is a symbol of supreme power, so that the colors used by the high nobility, especially the emperor. If the cardinals wear red for robes, single, and solideonya, then it's meant to the Cardinals kesiapsediaannya states to follow the example of the martyrs who died for the faith.

In the liturgical color mereh used for Palm Sunday, Good Friday, Pentecost Sunday, in celebration of the passion of Christ celebration, the feast of the apostles and evangelists, and in celebration of the martyrs.
 
     
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