Oculi Sunday

noun
Oc·​u·​li Sunday | \ ˈäkyəˌlī-\

Definition of Oculi Sunday

: the third Sunday in Lent

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History and Etymology for Oculi Sunday

Latin oculi, plural of oculus eye; from the fact that the introit for the day, Psalms 24: 15 (Vulgate), begins with the word oculi

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