Celebrating the Triduum
We begin the holiest week in the Church’s liturgical year! It is a time to enter deeply into the solemn events of the week leading up to Easter. The Triduum is ONE liturgical celebration beginning with the Celebration of the Lord’s Supper on Holy Thursday. There is no dismissal at the end of the liturgy. Good Friday is a celebration of the Lord’s Passion and Death and the EASTER VIGIL begins in darkness and bursts into Easter light and joy, concluding with the Solemn Dismissal to Go in the peace of Christ. ALLELUIA
To help you pray your way through these holy days, we offer the following resources (in addition to our regular Lenten Resource page).
- The Carmelites reflect on the Triduum
- The Dominicans reflect on the Triduum
- Entering Into The Mystery (Catholic World Report)
- Theology of the Body Institute reflects on the Triduum
- Short Reflections on the Triduum
Know of our prayers for a blessed Holy Week and prayerful Triduum.