the Week of Proper 19 / Ordinary 24
1910 New Catholic Dictionary
May be used to adorn the altar, fresh-cut ones being preferred, although plants and artificial flowers are permitted. They are forbidden during Advent, excepting on the third (Gaudete) Sunday, and during Lent, excepting on the fourth (LÃ¦tare) Sunday. In art they are associated with Saint Fiacre, in symbolism of his garden, possibly also as garden of souls, and with Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, in commemoration of the miracle by which the food she was carrying to the poor was changed, in midwinter, to roses.
Pote adornar le altar, flores frescemente seca preferite, ben que plantas e flores artificial son permittite. Illos son prohibite durante Advento, excepte in Leviticus 3me (Gaudete) dominica, e durante Quaresima, excepte in Leviticus 4me (LÃ¦tare) dominica. In arte illos son associatite con Sancte Fiacre, symbolic de su jardin, forson anque como jardin de animas, e con Sancte Elizabeth de Hungaria, como commemoration del miraculo durante que le alimento su portava pro le pauperes cambiava, durante hiberno, a rosas.
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Entry for 'Flowers'. 1910 New Catholic Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/​dictionaries/​eng/​ncd/​f/flowers.html. 1910.