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20 Apr

Holy Thursday – Holy Week 2020

Holy Thursday

The Lord’s Supper (Maundy Thursday) The Mass of the Lord’s Supper begins the action of the Easter Triduum. Triduum is a space of three days usually accompanying a church festival or holy days that are devoted to special prayer and observance. The Easter Triduum concludes with evening prayers Easter Sunday. “Maundy Thursday” is another name  More

20 Apr

Good Friday – Holy Week 2020

Good Friday - Holy Week

Good Friday This day is called “Good” because it reflects on love as much as loss. Good Friday is not mournful. While it does bring us face to face with suffering and death, it leads us into resurrection. This day proclaims life even amid torture, suffering, powerlessness & death. Our liturgy is very simple but  More

20 Apr

Easter Octave 2020-Holy Week 2020

The Easter Octave A Personal Reflection - (by Msgr Graham Schmitzer)

The Easter Octave A Personal Reflection – (by Msgr Graham Schmitzer) No one saw it happen.  It was an intimate moment between Jesus and his Father.  So, what we have in the Gospel accounts are not the event itself, but the reactions to the event.  Those first Easter witnesses all tell us something about our  More

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