Third Sunday of Advent History
Advent is a four-week period where Christians prepare for Christmas, the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. For some Christian denominations, this period is also a celebration of the possible return of Christ via his Second Coming. The Third Sunday of Advent represents joy.
A tradition in many churches is to light one of four Advent candles for each week of Advent. The candle for the Third Sunday of Advent is either rose-colored or pink. It symbolizes joy. The Third Sunday of Advent is typically observed by praying, fasting, and doing good deeds.
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