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Palms on Palm Sunday

In general, the palm is a symbol of victory and triumph. It is associated with the rejoicing that comes with victory. Thus saints, especially martyrs, are often depicted carrying the palm of victory – they have triumphed over sin and… Continue Reading →

Anglican Moments for Holy Week and the Season of Easter: Palms on Palm Sunday

In general, the palm is a symbol of victory and triumph. It is associated with the rejoicing that comes with victory. Thus saints, especially martyrs, are often depicted carrying the palm of victory – they have triumphed over sin and… Continue Reading →

Easter Day

The Feast of the Resurrection (Easter Day) is quite rightly known as the “Queen of Festivals”, for, today, we celebrate the event which is the cornerstone of our Christian hope. “In fact,” writes St. Paul, “Christ has been raised from… Continue Reading →

The Easter Vigil

The Easter Vigil liturgy is one of the most beautiful liturgies of the Church. Although celebrated Holy Saturday evening, it is the Easter vigil liturgy that marks the beginning of Easter.

Sacrament of Reconciliation Saturday April 4 1:00-3:00 p.m.

I want to encourage all of you to make a Sacramental Confession sometime during Holy

Why is Good Friday “Good”?

“This question puzzles not only children, but many adults as well. After all, it isn’t obvious that we should call Good Friday good, since it is the day on which our Lord Jesus Christ was crucified. How can Good Friday… Continue Reading →

Good Friday Litergy – 7 p.m.

This service is a continuation of the Maundy Thursday Liturgy, and therefore,

Stations of the Cross – 6 p.m.

This will be the final opportunity that you will have to participate in the Stations of the Cross this year. The objective of the Stations is to help the faithful to make a spiritual pilgrimage of prayer through

Palm Sunday 2015

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What is Good Friday?

“Good Friday is the English designation of Friday in Holy Week — that is, the Friday on which the Church keeps the anniversary of the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ. From the earliest times the Christians kept every Friday as a… Continue Reading →

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