Posts tagged Holy Saturday

Holy Saturday: the space between

Saturday 20 April 2019

Holy Saturday: the space between. Except it’s not really between: it’s integral to the Triduum, the three days on which the Church celebrates the Last Supper, the Passion and Death of Our Lord, and his Resurrection. The Triduum is one celebration liturgically. There is no dismissal after the evening Mass on Thursday; no greeting when […]

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Services on Easter Day

Wednesday 17 April 2019

Easter Day Saturday 20 April Vigil Liturgy and First Mass of Easter 9:00pm Sunday 21 April Mass of the Day 11:30am During the Sacred Triduum members of the Ordinariate in Eastbourne join Fr Neil and Fr Thomas at Christ the King Langney. Mass is celebrated at every Catholic Church in Eastbourne on Sunday morning: see […]

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Services during Holy Week

Wednesday 17 April 2019

Maundy Thursday Thursday 18 April Solemn Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper 7:30pm Good Friday Friday 19 April Children’s Holy Week Liturgy 10:00am Solemn Liturgy of the Day* 3:00pm Holy Saturday Saturday 20 April Litany and Ante-communion* 9:00am During the Sacred Triduum members of the Ordinariate celebrate with Fr Thomas at Christ the King, Langney. […]

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Services on Easter Day

Wednesday 28 March 2018

Easter Day Saturday 31 March Vigil Liturgy and First Mass of Easter 8:00pm Sunday 1 April Mass of the Day 11:30am During the Sacred Triduum members of the Ordinariate in Eastbourne join Fr Neil and his parish at Christ the King Langney.

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Services on Easter Day

Sunday 29 March 2015

Easter Day Saturday 4 April Vigil Liturgy and First Mass of Easter 8:00pm Sunday 5 April Mass of the Day 11:15am During the Sacred Triduum members of all the communities at St Agnes celebrate together. There’s also a Mass in Polish on Easter Day at 1:00pm.

Holy Saturday: In the eye of the storm.

Saturday 19 April 2014

Neil and I were talking about the feeling of Holy Saturday, after praying the Office of Readings this morning. The reading from the Saints (below) uses beautiful imagery and it had made me think how we experience a hollowness, an emptiness on this part of Holy Week. At the same time, theologically speaking Christ has […]