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Category: Triduum

Turning to Jesus in the Eucharist

Even more sought after than Bitcoin is the passcode to gain admission to the new perpetual adoration chapel at St. Ambrose. It’s a slice of heaven in the middle of Woodbury. After convincing a college-aged parishioner that I was sufficiently trustworthy to be given the code, I stopped by to pray one night last week and was inspired by the number of people who were there, presumably both to give Lenten praise to God and to refill the tank at the end of a busy day.

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Holy Week: Get Your Full Ticket’s Worth

Imagine you’re in a movie theater watching the latest blockbuster, thoroughly captivated by the plots and subplots, the beautiful faces and lush scenery as the movie progresses inexorably toward its climax. Your cell phone alerts you to an incoming call. […]

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The Lord rising in the ‘strangeness’

“Something strange is happening — there is a great silence on earth today, a great silence and stillness.” Those words, from an ancient homily on Holy Saturday, first intended to describe the world on the cusp of the first Easter, seem eerily all-too-applicable to our own situation in 2020.

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The Pandemic and Repentance

Fr. Thomas Weinandy: We can’t say COVID-19 is God’s judgment; we can say a sick, sinful world needs Christ’s body and blood – the medicine of immortality.

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Triduum in the domestic church, day by day

Even though Brigid Hadzima uses liturgical living to teach her children, ages 1 to 11, “I still love these things and I’m 34 years old,” she said. “It’s still a grounding for me. It’s a link to the past. It’s a link to my mom, to my grandma. And ultimately, it’s a link to our faith. It’s something I can see, touch, hear, and reminds me of what we’re about, where our heavenly home is, where our home is ultimately.”

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