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Holy Week Schedule

As you all know there are a lot of on-line streaming going on and on the YouTube Channel we have 2 parishes streaming LIVE during the week (& beyond) & they are doing the pre-1955 rubrics I will post the times and links to support each parish who is contributing. St Joan of Arc, FSSP […]

A Brief Comparison of the Traditional Roman & Pian Holy Week Ceremonies

A BRIEF COMPARISON OF THE Traditional Roman & Pian HOLY WEEK CEREMONIES From the Latin Mass Society Australia – www.lmsaus.org “The beginning of this renewal was the work of Our predecessor … Pius XII, in the restoration of the Paschal Vigil and of the Holy Week Rite, which formed the first stage of updating the […]

Spy Wednesday ~ Dom Prosper Gueranger

WEDNESDAY IN HOLY WEEK. The Chief Priests and the Ancients of the people, are met to-day, in one of the rooms adjoining the Temple, for the purpose of deliberating on the best means of putting Jesus to death. Several plans are discussed. Would it be prudent to lay hands upon him at this season of […]

Palm Sunday ~ Dom Prosper Gueranger

PALM SUNDAY Hodie si vocem Domini audieritis, nolite obdurare corda vestra. To-day, if ye shall hear the voice of the Lord, harden not your hearts. Early in the morning of this day, Jesus sets out for Jerusalem, leaving Mary His Mother, and the two sisters Martha and Mary Magdalene, and Lazarus, at Bethania. The Mother […]

PRACTICE DURING PASSIONTIDE AND HOLY WEEK ~ Dom Prosper Gueranger

PRACTICE DURING PASSIONTIDE AND HOLY WEEK The past four weeks seems to have been but a preparation for the intense grief of the Church during these two. She knows that men are in search of her Jesus, and that they are bent on His death. Before twelve days are over, she will see them lay […]

THE HISTORY OF PASSIONTIDE AND HOLY WEEK ~ Dom Prosper Gueranger

PASSIONTIDE AND HOLY WEEK CHAPTER THE FIRST THE HISTORY OF PASSIONTIDE AND HOLY WEEK After having proposed the forty-days’ fast of Jesus in the desert to the meditation of the faithful during the first four weeks of Lent, the holy Church gives the two weeks which still remain before Easter to the commemoration of the […]