Jubilee year


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Jubilee year

fiftieth year; liberty proclaimed for all inhabitants. [O.T.: Leviticus 25:8–13]
See: Freedom
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According to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops website, the jubilee year is called every 50 years and is considered a time for forgiveness.
It was the same message he intoned last week when he opened the "Holy Door" of St Peter's basilica to kick off an extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy.
Peter's Square and marked by an unusually high security presence, the pope also praised the work of the Second Vatican Council and said the newly-opened jubilee Year of Mercy "compels us not to neglect the spirit which emerged" from that event.
BOK customers, stakeholders, employees and other concerned quarters' members will be invited to these events during Silver Jubilee Year of BOK.
Those websites detail the correspondence of Shemitah and the Jubilee year to the blood moons and biblical prophecies.
2012: The Queen capped her Diamond Jubilee year by becoming the first monarch to attend the
There was a fair share of jumping action during the week and the handicapper appeared to be in a reasonably generous mood with his treatment of Jubilee Year, who landed the 2m4f handicap hurdle at Tipperary on Thursday with consummate ease.
The state-of-the-art private ambulatory medical complex, opened in Bur Dubai as part of the Silver Jubilee year of DM Healthcare, was inaugurated by Essa Al Haj Al Maidoor, Director-General of the Dubai Health Authority (DHA), in the presence of Dr Azad Moopen, chairman and managing director of DM Healthcare.
Incredibly, Rebecca was the first baby to be born at the Heath Hospital on December 25, 1977, which was also the Queen's Silver Jubilee year, while Fraser was the last baby to be born on Christmas Day at the same hospital in 2012 - which was the Queen's Diamond Jubilee year.
THE Queen yesterday looked back on her Golden Jubilee year with a mixture of joy and sadness.
Mr Cameron congratulated her on her "fantastic" Diamond Jubilee year and said the last monarch to visit the Cabinet was believed to have been George III in 1781.