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The Paschal Triduum is a three-day period beginning with Holy Thursday evening and culminating in the celebration of Easter. According to the General Norms for the Liturgical Year and the Calendar, the Triduum, which means three days, goes from Thursday evening with the Mass of the Lord’s Supper until Evening Prayer on

Staff Report Beginning tonight and continuing through evening Easter Sunday, the Triduum is the summit of the liturgical year. More Triddum-related stories Good Friday collection to benefit Middle East Christians Archdiocese, cathedral mark Holy Week, Easter Priest encourages faithful to “Wear the Wood” on Good Friday Tradition of Praying of

POPE JOHN PAUL II VISITS TURIN CATHEDRAL DURING 2000 EXHIBIT OF SHROUD
Staff Report On the topic of Holy Saturday, the USCCB Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments says “On Holy Saturday, the Church pauses at the Lord’s tomb, meditating his Passion and Death, his descent into Hell, and, with prayer and fasting, awaits his resurrection. “Popular piety should

CROSSES APPEAR AT ENTRANCE TO MARTYRS SHRINE IN NEW YORK
Staff Report Good Friday is the day when sacred tradition claims that Jesus endured his passion on the cross. According to the USCCB, “The Church celebrates the redemptive death of Christ on Good Friday. The Church meditates on the Lord’s Passion in the afternoon liturgical action, in which she prays

Press Release The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati will join Christians throughout the world in celebrating Holy Week, the most sacred time of the Church year, beginning with Passion Sunday (Palm Sunday) March 24. The culmination of that week is known as the Triduum — a period of roughly 72