Celebrating in the Home for the Holy Triduum
I did not mean to be silent so long, but Lent came early for me, and I’ve been struggling with my eyes and migraines since January. In turn, this has hampered my computer time.
With the final push of Lent and the beginning of Holy Week, I don’t have anything too original to write. Our family is not doing externally much that is different from years past. It is internally that we should be different every new Holy Week.
Here is a quick rundown of my past posts, including some links to my personal blog, in case this can be helpful in preparing for your Holy Week:
- Holy Thursday Meal—Our family’s traditions for a Last Supper Re-Enactment
- Traditions of Holy Thursday—Historical perspective of liturgical and domestic traditions
- Holy Thursday Mandatum: Love One Another—Foot Washing in the Home
- Holy Thursday in the Home—Our family’s traditions for Holy Thursday
- Contemplating Good Friday and the Annunciation—Last year Good Friday fell on the traditional date for the Annunciation.
- Holy Saturday: Come and Mourn with Me Awhile—Thoughts for keeping a quiet Holy Saturday.
- Easter Vigil—The most beautiful and richest liturgy upon which the whole Liturgy and Liturgical Year hinges.
- The Liturgy of Light (used in CGS atrium)—A brief rundown of the Liturgy of Light within an atrium.
- Paschal Candle 2018—(every year I make a printable Paschal Candle design to use in the home.)
Holy Saturday and the Easter Vigil:
- Holy Saturday: Come and Mourn with Me Awhile—Keeping a quiet Holy Saturday.
- Easter Vigil—Short summary of the Liturgy of the Easter Vigil, the hinge for all the Liturgy and Liturgical Year.
- The Liturgy of Light (used in CGS atrium)
Holy Week and General:
- Holy Week in the Home—My 2016 Holy Week plans
- Holy Week Reading—picture and chapter books we use during this week
- Holy Week Preparation—Our 2015 plans
- Preparing for Easter Through the Old Testament—picture book ideas for Holy Week.
- Lessons from Jonah
- Jonah Project for Holy Week (repost 2014)
- Stations of the Cross for Children
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