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An Easter calling to us by name: A Message from Archbishop Peter A... An Easter calling to us by name: A Message from Archbishop Peter A...

An Easter calling to us by name: A Message from Archbishop Peter A...

Thursday 9 April 2020

AN EASTER CALLING TO US BY NAME Most Rev Peter A ComensoliArchbishop of Melbourne  What a strange and unsettling storm we are living through! Our lives have become a see-saw between physical isolation and online overload. We come to this year’s Easter festivities having been tested in unprecedented ways. What might we draw from that first Easter that can sustain and renew us? Let me offer you the name of Mary of Magdala.The first to see the resurrected Jesus at Easter dawn was Mary. She was the first to see him; the first to recognise him; the first to be named by him;...

Easter Triduum Resources

Tuesday 7 April 2020

Mission Team

Holy Week holds a very special place in the hearts of all Christians – it is a week that taps into the deepest elements of our faith in Jesus – his death and resurrection. As we head into our journey through this Holy Week in 2020 it will be unlike any other Easter we have or likely will again experience. For many of us it will be our first Easter Triduum without the richness of the beautiful liturgies that we experience gathered as a community of faith in our parishes. We will rightly mourn what is lost as we stay at home in order to keep everyone safe. Yet, this can also be an opportunity to journey more intentionally as a domestic church through Holy Week. As we gather in our home – with those we live with or individually – we are gathered as domestic church.

The following resources are offered as a way to both spiritually and practically journey through the Easter Triduum in a variety of domestic church settings: for adults, for young adults and for families with young children. 
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