Posts tagged Holy Week

Homily from the Maundy Thursday Liturgy.

As we now enter the Holy Triduum, the most important time in the Church’s liturgical year, we become more aware that so much of salvation history, the story of God and his people, finds its fulfilment in these 3 days. From the fall of Adam, the flood and Noah’s ark, to the covenant with Abraham, […]

Holy Triduum Services

In the current situation, with everyone staying at home and churches closed, all our Triduum services will be streamed live on the internet. Here are the plans (the location from which services are streamed may well change depending on technology): Maundy Thursday Liturgy: 7:30pm on Facebook live from Christ the King Church. Good Friday Liturgy: […]

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Holy Saturday: the space between

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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Holy Week Retreat: Good Friday

Fr James Bradley JCD of the Ordinariate gives today’s address in EWTN’s Holy Week Retreat from Southampton, following the events that changed the world on Good Friday, and meditating on how the cross in central to Christian Life. The video is also available on YouTube with the others in the series.

Fr Daniel Lloyd

Holy Week Retreat: Maundy Thursday

Fr Daniel Lloyd of the Ordinariate gives today’s address in EWTN’s Holy Week Retreat from Southampton, meditating on the events of Holy Thursday, and the very first time Christ instituted the Holy Eucharist. The video is also available on YouTube with the others in the series.

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Services on Easter Day

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 […]