Preparing for the Easter Vigil

Some quick glimpses.

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11 Responses to Preparing for the Easter Vigil

  1. APX says:

    Looks good. What do they do with the old Paschal candles?

  2. Daniel Latinus says:

    @APX:

    At the traditionalist chapel I used to attend, they used to burn it as a votive light to our Lady.

    Of course, in the Ordinary Form, after Paschaltide the Paschal Candle is placed by the baptismal font and at the head of the coffin at funerals.

    I suppose it would be permissible to melt old paschal candles to make new candles.

  3. eiggam says:

    Hear the Exultet at the website below.
    http://moleski.net/exultet/exultet.mp3

  4. rakesvines says:

    What do you make of the thousand year recurring miracle of the Holy Fire on Holy Saturday in Jerusalem. click here or go to http://divine-ripples.blogspot.com/2011/04/miracle-of-holy-fire-jerusalem-2011.html for this year’s occurrence. A Blessed Easter to you and the WTPRS community.

  5. flyfree432 says:

    Happy Easter! He is Risen! Alleluia!

  6. NonSumDignus says:

    Beautiful pictures Father. If you are able, please show more :). I hope to be able to attend an EF Easter Vigil Mass someday. Happy Easter Father, Alleluia!

  7. ByzCath08 says:

    So Fr. Z….Is the Ipad saying the black or doing the red? :-)

    Christ has Risen!
    Indeed He has Risen!

  8. Sandra_in_Severn says:

    Christos voskresen! Naistino voskresen!

    Christ is Risen! Truly He is Risen!

  9. APX says:

    @Daniel

    I see. I didn’t think there’d be a stock pile of old partially burned Paschal candles from the previous years.

  10. irishgirl says:

    Nice pictures, Father Z!
    Lovely vestments-is that you wearing the deacon’s dalmatic?

  11. RichR says:

    Fr. Z.,

    I, too, am curious what you use the iPad for. Vesting prayers? Homily?