Praying Holy Week

Each day of Holy Week offers a new way to engage with this most sacred season.

Click on each day below for a page of music, text, video, and photographs to help you pray along the road to Calvary and the Empty Tomb.

  • Palm Sunday
    We hear anew the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
  • Monday in Holy Week
    An invitation to experience spiritual mystery on its deepest and most cosmic scale.
  • Tuesday in Holy Week
    Transformed into the Body of Christ, we are given for the world.
  • Wednesday in Holy Week
    Sustained reflection on the Lord’s suffering and death.
  • Maundy Thursday
    The beginning of the holiest three days in an already holy week.
  • Good Friday
    We commemorate the Lord’s crucifixion and death.
  • Holy Saturday
    A day of waiting, anticipation, and preparation. 
  • Easter Sunday
    Alleluia! Christ is risen! The Lord is risen indeed! Alleluia!

 

Video Resources, Arranged by Series (Time in min:sec):

 

HOLY WEEK SCHOOL OF PRAYER

Short reflections on the moving liturgies of the week and their meaning.

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Wednesday (4:09)
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Thursday (2:26)
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Good Friday (2:55)
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Holy Saturday (2:01)

PRAYING OUR LIVES

Experiencing Holy Week as a journey into the heart of God through prayer.


Sunday (1:51)
Vulnerability

Monday (2:59)
Compassion

Tuesday (2:59)
Experience

Wednesday (3:11)
Paradox

Thursday (2:51)
Revelation

Friday (3:01)
Suffering

Saturday (3:15)
Emptiness

HOLY WEEK SCHOOL OF PRAYER

Video teachings on how to pray Holy Week through meditating on Jesus.

10 thoughts on “Praying Holy Week

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  2. Thank you for Lenten journey. It is so good to feel part of this virtual community. I continue with you in prayer.
    Caroline

  3. The Lenten Study, “Marks of Mission” has been a source of growth and a deeper consciousness and inspiration of the love of Christ in our lives and how we (I) can reach out in faith to serve others in a loving, caring way to the glory of God.

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  8. I have found the Lent course of Marks of Mission invaluable as a starter for sermons and other reflexion during the run up to Easter. I have appreciated how rewarding it is to be drawn to contemplate more deeply the five wounds of Christ at this time.
    I was pleased to see that your videos are once again being shown daily in the cathedral in Canterbury.
    Thank you for your inspiration from across the Pond!
    Have a joyous Easter

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