The three holiest days on the Catholic calendar told in pictures (with passages from the Gospel of Matthew): Holy (Maundy) Thursday “ And as they were eating, Jesus took bread, blessed and broke it, and gave it to the disciples and said, “Take, eat; this is My body.” Then He took the cup, and gave thanks, and gave it to them, saying, … Continue reading Triduum
Well, do you? If you don’t, I suggest a reading of the Passion in all four Gospels. That might give you a clue. But beyond that it’s about how Christ conquered death and freed us from sin. Jesus did something so incredibly fantastic that only God could have done it. And God did do it. … Continue reading It’s Good Friday. Do you know why?
Still keep wishing I had a better work schedule. The one I have is not so great. And doesn’t provide much of a weekend. While, yes, it is Holy Week, I won’t be posing here about it. Mainly because anything I wrote would be mud. I may be good at word puzzles (I can do … Continue reading Yes, it is Holy Week. But I’m not going to blog about it.
Yep. Sunday is the beginning of Holy Week. While I should write a post dedicated to that, I’m not. Maybe in Holy Week? We’ll see. As you may have noticed, I haven’t been around much. My job keeps me pretty busy (and pretty so that all I do when I get home is sleep). But … Continue reading What? It’s Nearly Holy Week?
In a week, on the holiest Saturday of the year, many people will be coming home to the Catholic Church. Ever since I heard Christ Daughtry’s “Home” I’ve always thought it appropriate description for the journey converts take coming into the Church. I’m staring out into the night, Trying to hide the pain. I’m going … Continue reading Holy Week
I meant to start this much earlier so as to go into fuller depth but at this point I’ll just post what I intend to blog about and write the depth tomorrow. Hopefully. Yesterday morning as I was driving into school, waiting in traffic, and listening to Evanescence, I thought about the Four Final things: … Continue reading The Four Final Things