Season of Apostles
The Season of Apostles (also known by various Syriac transliterations, such as Slihe and Shleehe) is a liturgical season in East Syriac Christianity. The season begins with the feast of Pentecost and continues for seven weeks. It is followed by the Season of Summer.
The season is so named because it commemorates the missionary activities of the apostles of Jesus after the events of Pentecost.
- Friday after Pentecost: Friday of Gold
- Sunday after Pentecost: The Holy Trinity
- Thursday after the Second Sunday of Apostles: The Body and Blood of Christ
- Friday after the Third Sunday of Apostles: Sacred Heart of Jesus
- Saturday after the Third Sunday of Apostles: Immaculate Heart of Mary
- Friday after the Seventh Sunday of Apostles: The Seventy Disciples of Jesus
- Syro-Malabar Major Archiepiscopal Commission for Liturgy. "Syro-Malabar Liturgical Calendar: 2020–2021" (PDF). p. 34.
- "2020 Liturgical Calendar". Chaldean Diocese of St. Thomas the Apostle U.S.A. pp. 15–17.
- Syro-Malabar Major Archiepiscopal Commission for Liturgy. "Syro-Malabar Liturgical Calendar: 2020–2021" (PDF). pp. 35–41.