New Year’s Eve 2018 marks the first year since 2013 that many Christians will not attend church on New Year Day.
But it’s also the only one of the three days in the year when there will be no Mass.
The reason is that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has decided that the New Year is the last time to observe the day with full faith in God, the church’s top official.
The decision to end Mass on the day of celebration comes as Christians around the world seek to come together for a new year.
The U.S. Church of Christ, however, has decided to celebrate the day as it was meant to be.
That means that in addition to churches across the country, Catholics will be able to join in Mass on New Years eve, but only on Sunday, December 31.
The Church of England is also expected to move its Mass on December 31 to January 1.
The timing for the move is still up in the air, and the timing of the move remains uncertain.
The church has always prided itself on being a place of worship, and that remains true for its most famous holiday, the one celebrated annually on January 6.
In fact, the day commemorates the date Jesus Christ appeared to Mary Magdalene in the Garden of Gethsemane, the Jewish woman who would later become the mother of Jesus.
During the year, the Church honors the life of Jesus in various ways, including the Jubilee of the Virgin Birth.
But the focus for most of the year is on Jesus.
As a result, people often celebrate the New Years with candles, feasting, and gifts of food.
But Christmas is not celebrated on New years eve.
This year, people celebrate the holiday on January 2.
The Catholic Church, in contrast, celebrates Christmas on New Yoruba.
The holiday is celebrated on February 3, which is a full 24 hours earlier than the day on which the Church celebrates Mass on January 1, the official day of the new year, because of a special dispensation from the Roman Catholic Church.
The change is part of the Church’s new calendar, which the church says will allow people to celebrate Christmas on January 31.
While the Church has not formally made a change to its New Year celebration calendar, it is expected that its calendar will change in 2018.
That is, as the calendar goes forward, the date of New Year will become a little closer to January 2 than it does today.
In other words, people celebrating Christmas on Jan. 31 will be celebrating it on February 1, rather than January 2, as it is now.
This is in part because the date will be closer to the start of Lent, when most Christians celebrate their fast and other religious observances.
The first day of Lent is the day when Catholics are allowed to pray to God.
Many religious leaders and leaders in the Catholic Church have urged Catholics to celebrate Mass on Jan 31.
This week, Pope Francis has also suggested that Catholics celebrate Mass during Lent, a time when many people in the United States are not expected to attend Mass on Sunday.
In this way, it will be easier for people to observe Lent and be more spiritually and spiritually active, which are both important in the life cycle of Christians.
But there is a catch.
The New Year celebrations do not have to be the same as the New York City Mass on which people typically celebrate the last day of their Lent.
This tradition began with New Year 2000, when the city celebrated its first Mass in the Roman Rite of the Mass, which was the Roman rite of the New Testament.
The celebration of the first New Year was known as a New Year of Grace.
In 2000, many Catholics in New York did not celebrate the Mass on that day.
This was a huge disappointment for the city’s Catholic community.
Since then, New York has celebrated the Mass every year.
For this reason, the New New Year Mass is not the same Mass celebrated on that first Sunday.
The Mass in New Year 2018 will be celebrated in the same way as it has been in New Years past, although it will include a longer sermon, including a prayer of thanksgiving.
The sermon will focus on the blessings of Christ and the Church.
That sermon will also include a request from God for people not to celebrate.
This request from the Lord is also included in the Mass.
On January 31, 2017, the first time that people were asked to celebrate a New Years Mass in 20 years, Pope John Paul II said: I ask you, what is it that we ask in your presence?
If we want to live our lives, how do we get our life together in the world, in our families, our friends, and in the Church?
There is no reason to think that we can live without this.
The priest will also say that if we do not love the Church and the Mass of the Lord, then we are not in a position to love each other and the whole world.
And if we fail to love God and