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by Stephen Connolly,Luigi Pozzoli

Author: Stephen Connolly,Luigi Pozzoli
Subcategory: Christian Living
Publisher: St Pauls Publishing (March 1, 1999)
Pages: 64 pages
Category: Christian Books
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Holy Week in Christianity is the week just before Easter

Holy Week in Christianity is the week just before Easter. It is also the last week of Lent, in the West, – Palm Sunday, Holy Monday, Holy Tuesday, Holy Wednesday (Spy Wednesday), Maundy Thursday (Holy Thursday), Good Friday (Holy Friday), and Holy Saturday – are all included. However, Easter Day, which begins the season of Eastertide, is not. However, traditions observing the Easter Triduum may overlap or displace part of Holy Week or Easter itself within that additional liturgical period.

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It reminds us that the birth of Christ requires everything from us. We must be ready and willing to give our lives to Him completely and without reserve. The birth of the Savior of the world means we must reprioritize our lives and commit to choosing Him above all else, even above our own lives. It means we must be ready and willing to sacrifice everything for Jesus, living selflessly and faithfully to His most holy will. Jesus is the reason for the season, we often hear. He is the reason for life and the reason to give our lives without reserve.

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The soldier had seen the Captain's wife come out of the rear entrance of the house next door and walk toward him across the lawn. He saw her, but she did not enter the dark sphere of his consciousness until she spoke to him. 'I was just down at the stables,' Mrs. Penderton said. The Captain wants you to pick up the branches and sew them back on again. Her husband was not amused. Here!' he said to the soldier.

Spirituality of Mission Reflections for Holy Week and Easter Cistercian Publications - Bernard of Clairvaux: Sermons for Lent and the Easter Season; This volume contains Saint Bernard’s sermons for the liturgical seasons of Lent an.

Spirituality of Mission Reflections for Holy Week and Easter. Pauline Books & Media centres around the world are an expression of the ministry of the Daughters of St. Paul, an international congregation of women religious, founded to spread the Gospel through the channels of the modern media. Cistercian Publications - Bernard of Clairvaux: Sermons for Lent and the Easter Season; This volume contains Saint Bernard’s sermons for the liturgical seasons of Lent and Easter. Included are sermons for the Purification, Septuagesima, the feast of Saint Benedict, and the feast of the Annunciation, all of which are interpreted by Bernard in light of the paschal mystery.

For details, please see the Terms & Conditions associated with these promotions. The Catholic Daily Reflections Series was written to help you enter more deeply into the Holy Scriptures and the Catholic Liturgy on a daily basis

For details, please see the Terms & Conditions associated with these promotions. Deliver to your Kindle or other device. The Catholic Daily Reflections Series was written to help you enter more deeply into the Holy Scriptures and the Catholic Liturgy on a daily basis. Through these reflections and prayers, you are invited to embrace the Word of God in a personal, engaging, challenging and transforming way. These reflections are also a great resource for priests and deacons for their daily homily preparations. This Volume offers daily reflections and prayers for Lent and Easter.