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My dear friends and parishioners,
We are certainly living through a moment that history will not forget, but we can still be focused on prayer.
Holy Week begins on Palm Sunday and ends with the Easter Vigil which is celebrated after sundown. Throughout these sacred days the Church gathers many poignant scriptures to assist us in our contemplation of the Paschal Mystery – Jesus’ Passover from death to resurrection.
The events from Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem until the morning of his resurrection are celebrated as a sacred drama. We are there, one might say. We walk with the people as they place their cloaks along the route Jesus will take. We wave palm branches and sing to the King as he enters Jerusalem. We observe the events of his betrayal. We allow him to wash our feet. We eat the Last Supper with him. We weep before his cross. We stand in silent awe before his tomb. We barely breathe as we wait for the sun to rise on the morning of the resurrection.
A brief commentary for each will be on our bulletin, please download it from the homepage. As we cannot gather to celebrate the Mysteries because of the pandemic, I hope you find my reflections a helpful tool for you to journey through the events of Holy Week on your own. I suggest you read all the scriptures listed for each day.
Fr. John Kamas, SSS