LENTCAzT 2020: 40 – Palm Sunday: This will be a truly mysterious Holy Week

Today is Palm Sunday.  Holy Week begins.

The Roman Station is San Giovanni in Laterano, the Cathedral of Rome.

We are today one week from Easter.  Almost there.

Today I rant a little with practical tips about how you might beneficially participate from afar in the sacred rites of this most Holy Week.

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5 Responses to LENTCAzT 2020: 40 – Palm Sunday: This will be a truly mysterious Holy Week

  1. Gab says:

    Father Z, thank you. Needed to hear your sage advice about what to do for Holy Week! This year, I won’t be able to be in Church for Spy Wednesday Tenebrae, nor for the Solemn Pontifical Mass on Maundy Thursday, or the Stations of the Cross and Commemoration of the Passion and later Tenebrae on Good Friday. Holy Saturday’s Paschal Vigil and Solemn Vigil Mass and of course Easter Sunday Solemn Pontifical Mass. Most I can watch online at other parishes, but many won’t be available, such as Spy Wednesday’s or Good Friday’s Tenebrae. My heart aches but I thank all the many priests, especially in my parish, who will continue to offer these solemn Masses and other liturgical events in their empty churches.

  2. Ms. M-S says:

    Thanks, Fr. Z. If that was ranting, I wish we could hear more of it every single day in every single church. It certainly inspires me to keep praying for a miracle and a sign.

  3. Bryan Baldwin says:

    That was most encouraging. Thank you!

  4. JSzczuka says:

    Thank you Father. That was a wonderful post – brought tears to my eyes. May God through the Blessed Mother grant me the grace to do exactly as you said!

  5. Mariana2 says:

    Thanks, Father. Will do as instructed.

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