This year the Solemnity of the Annunciation will be celebrated on April 4th:
Because Good Friday fell on March 25th which is the Solemnity of the Annunciation, the Annunciation, which I personally believe to be equal to the Resurrection in dogmatic importance, was transferred to April 4th which is today.
We all know that it takes nine months for a conceived baby to be born. Because Jesus is perfect as the Second Person of the Most Blessed Trinity, who at the incarnation, meaning the Annunciation, became man/baby, and thus from that point forward had two natures, human and divine, no matter what date of the Annunciation we know that nine months later will be Christmas or the Nativity of our Lord because the Perfect Man/Baby would never be premature! Everyone knows that!
Thus Christmas will not be celebrated this year but rather twice in 2017. Nine months from today is January 4th, 2017. But the Annunciation will be on March 25th in 2017 so Christmas will be celebrated yet again in 2017 on December 25th.
For the life of me, I do not understand why the Solemnity of the Annunciation isn't a Holy Day of Obligation since it is as important, in fact more important, than the Resurrection. Can we petition the Holy Father to raise the Solemnity of the Annunciation to a Holy Day of Obligation?
And please remind your priest today that all are to genuflect during the Credo at the Words "Incarnatus est."
I would also recommend the Last Gospel at every Ordinary Form Mass on the Annunciation.