Turin’s Cathedral will be making the image of its Holy Shroud available through television and social media channels on Holy Saturday.
We are invited to read this reflection on Good Friday, by Fr. Ron Rolheiser.
On Holy Thursday, the first day of the Triduum, we celebrate the Lord’s Supper, where Jesus instituted Eucharist with the washing of the feet, a sign of service. We reflect on what it means to be eucharist to one another, by serving one another.
This resource has been provided to help us celebrate the most sacred days of our liturgical year – the Triduum. For each day, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and the Easter Vigil, there is a leader’s guide, in PDF format. Open the file in your computer, tablet (iPad), or smart phone (iPhone); it could be easier to facilitate the prayer if you print out the guide for each day. It is suggested that the leader familiarize themselves with the guide to be prepared to lead the prayer.
March 25 is the Feast of the Annunciation, the Feast Day of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word. Today, we gather together remotely, and pray for the needs of the world at this crucial and dangerous time in our collective history. At noon we will take together a minute of silence, and then recite the Angelus. Pope Francis has also asked that the whole People of God take a moment of silence at noon on March 25 and recite the Our Father. We join our prayer with that of the Holy Father’s.