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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For this reason too, I have decided, notwithstanding anything to the contrary, to concede to all priests for the Jubilee Year the discretion to absolve of the sin of abortion those who have procured it and who, with contrite heart, seek forgiveness for it.
Other events planned for the Golden Jubilee Year 2010-2011 include:
Our jubilee year made us consciously arrange dates together, sometimes events for the whole family.
By the way, the traditional Jubilee year observed by devout farming Jews in Israel is to return in 2008-2009, from Rosh Ha-Shanah to Rosh Ha-Shanah.
NSA was incorporated on December 11, 1945, making 2005 our Diamond Jubilee Year.
This is the occasion of her Golden Jubilee year, (2002), as you are well aware.
Against a montage of film footage showing the Queen's hectic Jubilee year, she said: 'As I look back over these past 12 months, I know that it has been about as full a year as I can remember.
EVEN a disastrous jubilee year couldn't keep HRH - well, lookalike Janette Charles - from last night attending one of Scotland's top charity events.
Fried and David Noel Freedman argues that the jubilee year was in fact celebrated in Judah as early as the time of Hezekiah.
It was in September that the new company presented its first performance, so the exact jubilee year for the company is 2002, but Eifman decided to celebrate the anniversary during the entire 2001-02 season.
WARC representatives were conspicuously absent from an ecumenical ceremony in January that marked the Jubilee year for Roman Catholics, largely due to Vatican pronouncements on indulgences.
The Mass is being called the Jubilee Day of Workers and is one of 34 days the Vatican has set aside to recognize different groups during the Jubilee Year 2000.