Recipes for January ~ Month Dedicated to the Most Holy Name of Jesus




The Month of January is dedicated to
the Most Holy Name of Jesus.




"For there is no other Name under heaven given to men, whereby we must be saved." ~ Acts of the Apostles 4:12

"Amen, amen I say to you: if you ask the Father any thing in My Name, He will give it to you." - Gospel of John 16:23




January 1st, Solemnity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God (New) and Circumcision of Our Lord (Trad):

January 3rd, Most Holy Name of Jesus (New):
  • There aren't any recipes in the archives at this point for this particular feast, but all the suggestions from the feast of the Most Holy Name of Mary could easily be modified using any of the symbols of Jesus: the Chi-Rho symbol, the IHS symbol, Ichthys, and the Cross.

January 4th, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton (New):

January 6th, Epiphany of the Lord (New, Trad.)
(In the United States this feast is celebrated on the first Sunday following January 1st):


January 13th, Baptism of Our Lord (Trad.)
(On the New Calendar, this feast is celebrated on the Sunday following January 6th):



January 17th, St. Anthony, Abbot (New, Trad.):

January 21st, Our Lady of Altagracia:



January 21st, St. Agnes (New, Trad.):


January 24th, St. Francis de Sales (New):

January 25th, Conversion of St. Paul (New, Trad.):

January 28th, St. Thomas Aquinas (New):



January 29th, St. Francis de Sales (Trad.): See January 24th


January 31st, St. John Bosco (New, Trad.):



Blessed be the most holy Name of Jesus without end!
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2 comments:

  1. My birthday is January 13 so this will really be special to me this year!
    cindy

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  2. I forgot to bookmark this website and just found it again, so I wanted to tell you that I just love it! I don't really have anyone to "cook Catholic for" so I have to enjoy this from a little distance, but I really love the mindfulness of bringing our cooking into the liturgical year, with feasts and seasons!

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