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Reflecting on Holy Week

Holy Week

Some time this week or next week most will be reflecting back on Holy Week and the Triduum (Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Vigil), and writing up notes for improvements next year. Holy Week and Triduum online A friend of mine wanted to go to an Anglican church for Easter. She looked up the diocesanContinue Reading

God our Love-Maker

Jim Cotter

Jim Cotter died last week. I was blessed to have met him. He was a poet who worked at reshaping much of our inherited liturgical tradition. Here are some of Jim Cotter’s Books. He was delighted that some of his work was incorporated into A New Zealand Prayer Book He Karakia Mihinare o Aotearoa. FromContinue Reading

Easter is 50 days

Supper at Emmaus (He Qi)

Easter is not one day. It is not two or three (… Easter Monday, Easter Tuesday…). It is not a week. Not even an octave. It is not 40 days. Easter is a season of 50 days. If you agree with this, join the facebook event Easter is 50 days. Let’s support each other withContinue Reading

Alleluia! Christ is Risen!

Easter Day

Καλό Πάσχα!!! Χριστός ἀνέστη! Christ is Risen! Ἀληθῶς ανέστη! He is risen indeed! Alleluia! Kua ara a te Karaiti! He pono tonu, kua ara a Ia! This site allows you to see and hear the central affirmation of the Christian faith: “Christ is risen; indeed, he is risen!” in some 250 languages. You can navigateContinue Reading

Holy Saturday

Holy Saturday

Good Friday

Crucifixion by He Qi

Maundy

Jesus Mafa Foot Washing

The day before Good Friday is called Maundy Thursday. Maundy comes from the Latin word: mandatum. Mandatum means something that is commanded. We find it in an English word like “mandatory” – something that is required. It is called Maundy Thursday because on that day Jesus commanded three things: 1) to remember him in holyContinue Reading


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