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We Need Servant-hood Thursday

The first of the three sacred days of the Triduum, leading up to the Feast of Resurrection, is called Maundy Thursday. As a child I always wondered why we were calling it Monday Thursday.

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St. John’s Cathedral offers special musical performances for Holy Week

The Cathedral of St John the Evangelist has organized a week filled with music for Holy Week. According to a press release, “The music that spans the observance  of Holy Week from Palm Sunday through Easter is probably the richest within the Christian calendar: moving from fear and betrayal, incredible pain, …

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What happens when Holy Week isn’t just history?

Living in a monastery means Holy Week is a special, profound time. Our lives are oriented around the liturgical calendar. But I think it would be easier if Holy Week was just about historical events. I mean seeing the events of 2,000 years ago in Jerusalem as a history lesson is …

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