Posts tagged Maundy Thursday

The Last Supper (detail), Willem Jacob Herreyns (1743–1827), c. 1795; Church of Saint Clement, Watermael-Boitsfort, Belgium

Christ, High Priest of the New Covenant

Thursday 14 April 2022

The Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper is the celebration of the dawn of our salvation that will lead us into the promise of the Easter joy. We gather together to hear and participate in the story of our salvation and with renewed vision, encounter Christ the living God who will embrace death to open the gates of heaven.

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Practical help for the people of Ukraine

Monday 11 April 2022

During the offertory on Maundy Thursday there will be the opportunity to bring food and gifts for refugees from and within Ukraine.

Homily from the Maundy Thursday Liturgy.

Friday 10 April 2020

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 Week Retreat: Maundy Thursday

Thursday 18 April 2019

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.

Humility and Servanthood: Maundy Thursday Homily.

Saturday 26 March 2016

Why, on the night that Jesus institutes the Eucharist at the Last Supper, does he begin the evening by washing the disciples’ feet? What is the connection? Jesus has a way of taking the familiar and turning the meaning on its head. Echoed throughout his teaching is the lesson of humility: If you want to […]