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Good Friday

10am    Stations of the Cross for children

10:30am    Confessions

11:15am    Ecumenical Witness on the Village Green

12pm    Confessions

1:30pm   Stations of the Cross

3pm   THE GOOD FRIDAY LITURGY

6:30pm   Maria Desolata

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4 Comments

  1. Julie

    Stations of the Cross made me cry today, I was in tears during the Good Friday Liturgy and seeing this video I am inconsolable! Thank you very much Jesus for dying for us and for our sins.

    • Pat

      You were not alone. We watched the ETWN broadcast of The Stations of the Cross from the Coliseum. Hard truths were expounded as was the immesurable depth of Divine forgiveness for those who seek it. A lot of people were quite visibly deeply moved.
      As an aside, I sometimes watch Aragon tv on Hotbird (in a not very fruitful attempt to revise Spanish). The station had a lot of scenes from various Holy Week Processions in Spain.

  2. Julie

    Pat, this year it got to me more than any other, which is a good thing – A sudden
    realisation of all that Jesus went through and suffered for each and every one of us. Even though I knew all this before, it got to me more deeply then ever before.

    • Pat

      I can understand that. Sometimes His light shines into our lives in an unexpected moment of brilliance that emphasizes the price or our salvation at other times it is the biblical small voice of calm in the midst of the chaos of the storm. I don’t know if you saw the ETWN broadcast but the readings at each Station were very pointed as were the Pope’s words. People were visibly moved and in tears.

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