2 SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 2018 PALM SUNDAY Procession with Palms: (Lec. 37) OF THE PASSION 1) Mark 11:1-10 OF THE LORD or John 12:12-16 Mass Readings: (Lec. 38) 1) Isaiah 50:4-7 2) Philippians 2:6-11 3) Mark 14:1 15:47 or 15:1-39 The Father responds to Jesus willing self sacrifice by raising him to glory. As we begin to recall and commemorate the events of that first Holy Week, when Jesus willingly laid aside his glory and embraced the cross for our salvation, may we be filled with gratitude and awe at one who loves us so much. Isaiah foretells that God s servant will suffer as a consequence of being a true and faithful disciple. Saint Paul reminds us that Jesus set aside his glory and power by becoming one with us in the flesh, but through his humility and suffering, he has become Lord of all. The Gospel tells the story of Jesus passion and death. PRIEST: Through his holy cross, we gain the confidence necessary to trust in Christ, who promises to plead for us before the eternal Father. 1) For all members of the Church, as we commemorate the death and resurrection of Jesus, may we be inspired to die to ourselves and seek first the good of others, let us pray to the Lord. 2) For all those preparing to be baptized and to be received in the Church this Easter Vigil, may they be filled with joy and a deep sense of God s love for them, let us pray to the Lord. 3) For peace in our world, may the celebration of Christ s victory over sin and death transform us and heal all division and strife, let us pray to the Lord. 4) For the sick in our faith community, may Christ who knew pain and suffering in his own life fill them with healing and hope, let us pray to the Lord. 5) For those who have died, may they come to share in the fullness of Christ s glorious resurrection, let us pray to the Lord. PRIEST: Eternal Father, in the mystery of your Son s cross and resurrection, you reveal to us your abundant mercy and love. Grant us the humility to rely only on your goodness as we offer these petitions. We ask this through Christ our Lord.
3 Monday, March 26, 2018 (Lec. 257) 1) Isaiah 42:1-7 2) John 12:1-11 MONDAY OF HOLY WEEK Humbly doing God's work brings joy to the soul. As we enter Holy Week, we have an opportunity to reflect on the humility of Jesus as he willingly gave his life for us. Perhaps we have that ability, in our own lives, to humbly and quietly serve others as Jesus taught. In so doing, we bring joy to others, to our own souls and to our loving God. Isaiah today speaks of the servant of the Lord, who will bring forth justice to the nations. In the Gospel, Jesus visits Mary, Martha and Lazarus in Bethany, and Mary anoints the feet of Jesus with oil. PRIEST: Trusting in God's providence, let us bring our own needs and the needs of the world to him. 1) That the faithful witness of clergy and religious may strengthen the Church throughout the world, let us pray to the Lord. 2) That leaders of all nations may be blessed with the strength to avoid the brutality of war and to seek peaceful solutions to conflicts, let us pray to the Lord. 3) That those who have lost hope may regain it, and be granted its fruit of endurance in their struggles, let us pray to the Lord. 4) That the members of this faith community may find joy in serving others for God's sake, let us pray to the Lord. 5) That the faithful departed may know true happiness for all eternity in heaven, let us pray to the Lord. PRIEST: Lord God, with humble hearts we bring these petitions to you and ask you to find them worthy. We ask all things in the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord.
4 Tuesday, March 27, 2018 (Lec. 258) 1) Isaiah 49:1-6 2) John 13:21-33, TUESDAY OF HOLY WEEK The Word of God is a sharp-edged sword which penetrates into the deepest recesses of our hearts. In the biblical context, a name always carried not only a vocational call, but a divine sense of destiny. When one of the Lord s messengers is called a sharp-edged sword, it means that the person is able to think clearly and perceive keen possibilities about God s Word. We need to listen to that person intently and discover the meaning for our lives. In the passage from Isaiah, we hear the Second Song of the Suffering Servant. While the Lord makes him a sharp-edged sword, he struggles with his calling. He also recognizes a summons to be a light to the nations. In the Gospel, Jesus announces his betrayal by Judas and denial by Peter. PRIEST: Seeking to lead lives that give glory, honor and praise to God, we place our petitions before him. 1) That Pope Francis and our bishops may feel the strength of the Lord during the difficult times of their ministry, let us pray to the Lord. 2) That all elected officials may possess the gift of humility in allowing the Word of God to speak to them, let us pray to the Lord. 3) That those who experience persecution for their Christian faith may feel the Lord s nearness and be strengthened by it, let us pray to the Lord. 4) That our community of faith may always be open to the Word of God penetrating the depths of our hearts, let us pray to the Lord. 5) That our faithful departed may rest in the loving embrace of a merciful and loving God, let us pray to the Lord. PRIEST: In confidence, we place these petitions before you, heavenly Father, in the name of your son, our Lord Jesus Christ.
5 Wednesday, March 28, 2018 (Lec. 259) 1) Isaiah 50:4-9a 2) Matthew 26:14-25 WEDNESDAY OF HOLY WEEK Let us rely upon the Father, as Jesus did, to help us endure our trials and sufferings. Holy Week is a time of deep contemplation. As we prepare to enter the Easter Triduum, we focus our attention on the events leading to our Lord s death and resurrection. Today s Gospel reveals the betrayal of Judas. His actions raise the question: have we betrayed others, ourselves or Jesus? Isaiah prophesies the resolve of the Lord s servant in today s reading. Despite the offenses against him, he persists with God as his help. The Gospel recounts Jesus revelation at Passover that he will be betrayed, and the actions of Judas, who receives thirty pieces of silver to commit that betrayal. PRIEST: The Lord God is our help. Let us now offer the following prayers for the good of our Church and the salvation of the world. 1) For the Church, may God, through the events of Holy Week, deepen our faith and strengthen our resolve to live as Christians, let us pray to the Lord. 2) For our world leaders, may they be granted the courage to promote and defend the dignity of life in all its stages, let us pray to the Lord. 3) For all who suffer from any physical or emotional illness, may they be blessed with peace and strength in their struggle for health, let us pray to the Lord. 4) For those being baptized and welcomed into the Church this Easter, may they grow in holiness over the Paschal Triduum, let us pray to the Lord. 5) For those who have died believing in Christ, may our Father welcome them into the company of saints, let us pray to the Lord. PRIEST: Lord God, hear the prayers of your people. In your mercy, grant us what we need to do your will. We ask this in the name of Jesus the Lord.
6 Thursday, March 29, 2018 THURSDAY OF (Lec. 39) HOLY WEEK 1) Exodus 12:1-8, (HOLY THURSDAY) 2) 1 Corinthians 11: ) John 13:1-15 This is my body; this is my blood. This is the Real Presence. While today s Gospel tells of Jesus washing the disciples feet to show the importance of humility, service and forgiveness, Paul s writing reminds us of our belief in the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist the bread and wine become his real body and blood. When we receive the Eucharist, Christ is in us! Therefore, we are emboldened to be like Christ and serve others. Today s readings show rich links between the Old and New Testaments. Exodus describes the Passover ritual including meal preparation and marking doors with lamb s blood. Paul gives his account of the Last Supper. In the Gospel, John writes of Jesus the Paschal Lamb washing the feet of his disciples. THE WASHING OF THE FEET This symbolic action is a visual reminder of Christ's mandatum to humble service. As the ritual takes place, we are asked to recommit ourselves to lives of loving service. PRIEST: Celebrating our gift of the Real Presence, let us humbly present our petitions to God. 1) That all believers may comprehend the presence of Christ in themselves and bear witness through acts of humility, service and forgiveness, let us pray to the Lord. 2) That public servants may be stirred to recognize and live the example of Christ, the Suffering Servant, and do all they can for those in need, let us pray to the Lord. 3) That refugees, immigrants and all those threatened by war or violence may find hope in Christ, the innocent victim, let us pray to the Lord. 4) That those who have strayed from God s law may have the conversion of heart to know of his merciful love, let us pray to the Lord. 5) That those who have died marked with the sign of faith may come to take their place in heaven with Christ, the victorious king, let us pray to the Lord. PRIEST: God of Israel, you fed your people manna as you led them through the desert. We pray you guide us now as we live in the Real Presence of your Son. Through Christ, our Lord.
7 HOLY THURSDAY (cont.) PRESENTATION OF THE OILS (Optional text may be spoken as each oil is presented.) The Oil of the Sick is used for the healing of body and spirit. It calls to mind the command of Jesus to his disciples to cure every disease and illness (Mt. 10:1). Our prayer is that all who are anointed with this oil will truly be saved and raised up to health in and through Christ Jesus. The Oil of the Catechumens is used in ceremonies for the baptism of infants and for our adult catechumens. We are invited to reflect on the power of Christ who transforms us into new creatures and sets us free from the power of Satan. Behold the Sacred Chrism consecrated by our Bishop. It is a mixture of olive oil and perfume and is used in baptism, in confirmation, and in ordinations. This Chrism is also used in the consecration of churches, sacred items, and vessels. TRANSFER OF THE HOLY EUCHARIST After the Last Supper, Jesus led his Apostles to a quiet place of prayer. Our personal vigil with Christ begins now as we honor the Blessed Sacrament. Following age-old tradition, the table of celebration will be cleared in preparation for the service of the Lord's Passion. The starkness of the sanctuary should impress upon us that Jesus emptied himself totally for us on Good Friday only to fill us with his blessed joy on Easter morning.
8 Friday, March 30, 2018 FRIDAY OF (Lec. 40) THE PASSION 1) Isaiah 52:13 53:12 OF THE LORD 2) Hebrews 4:14-16; 5:7-9 (GOOD FRIDAY) 3) John 18:1 19:42 As we walk the Way of the Cross and hear the Passion narrative, we reflect on God s love. Today as we hear the Passion narrative, venerate the cross and receive Holy Communion, we remember how much God loves us. He loves us enough to suffer and die, to transform the cross into the tree of life and to abide with us in the sacraments. Today s first reading is a prophecy from Isaiah which speaks of the suffering servant. The second reading, from Hebrews, assures us that Jesus understands us in our humanity and grants us mercy and grace. The Gospel is the Passion narrative from John, beginning with Judas betrayal of Jesus and ending with Jesus burial. VENERATION OF THE CROSS As Catholics, we revere the cross and have our crucifixes bear the image of Christ crucified. With this powerful image, we can be moved to join our own sufferings to his and, in this way, help further the salvation of the world. In the love of God for humanity manifested by the cross, we can find ultimate meaning in both the joys and sorrows of life. HOLY COMMUNION In venerating the cross with a touch or kiss, we humbly recognized the cross as the tree of life. Now, as we come forward to receive Holy Communion, we are fed by bread from heaven, the Lord himself, that we may continue to grow in our faith and conform our lives more to his.
9 Saturday, March 31, 2018 (Lec. 41) HOLY SATURDAY - EASTER VIGIL We have a faithful, loving and generous God. Throughout history, our heavenly Father has revealed to us his loving nature, even to the point of sacrificing his only Son to prove his love and faithfulness to us. Sin has constantly separated us from him, but his loving forgiveness brings us back every time. I. SERVICE OF LIGHT Jesus is the Light of the World. As we begin our Vigil, we seek his light the light that dispels the darkness of sin. This is represented as we bless and light the Easter candle, then walk in procession and proclaim Christ as our Light. II. Nine readings are assigned to the Easter Vigil: seven from the Old Testament, and two from the New. If circumstances demand in individual cases, the number of prescribed readings may be reduced. Three selections from the Old Testament, both from the Law and Prophets, should be read before the Epistle and Gospel. In any case, the reading from Exodus about the escape through the Red Sea (reading 3) should never be omitted. 1) Genesis 1:1 2:2 or 1:1, 26-31a God's countless acts of creation bring into existence that which does not yet exist. In the creation account from the Book of Genesis, God said, and so, it happened. Thus, we see the awesome power of our Creator in the world. 2) Genesis 22:1-18 or 22:1-2,9a, 10-13, Abraham's faith in God was put to the supreme test. That a father would be willing to offer his only son as a sacrifice is unthinkable, yet, that is what God did for us. 3) Exodus 14:15 15:1 Water brings both life and death in this Scripture reading. Through the waters of the Red Sea the Israelites were brought to freedom and to new life, yet the Egyptians drowned in that same water. We receive the waters of new life in Baptism; may we never drown in our own sinfulness. 4) Isaiah 54:5-14 God called the Israelites to return to him and accept his generous and unconditional love. God once again reaffirms his promise to remain faithful to his covenant with Israel. 5) Isaiah 55:1-11 We can all partake of the life-giving waters and sumptuous meal that God offers to us. God invites the faithful to come to the feast; come and delight in the riches of the Lord. 6) Baruch 3:9-15, 32 4:4 God's generosity toward Israel was immeasurable. God gave Israel prudence so that its people would be able to choose right from wrong, wisdom from folly, and life over death. (cont.)
10 HOLY SATURDAY - EASTER VIGIL (cont.) 7) Ezekiel 36:16-17a, God poured out clean water over the house of Israel for the sake of his holy name, even though they had profaned it. God's holiness is preserved, once again, by the renewal of his covenant with Israel. New Testament Readings 8) Romans 6:3-11 9) Mark 16:1-7 In the New Testament readings, Jesus proves his love for us and his faithfulness to the Father through his death and resurrection. As believers, we are promised that we also will beat death and rise with Christ into eternity. III. LITURGY OF BAPTISM It is through the waters of baptism that we are joined to Christ in his death, so that we can rise with him to new life. In confirmation, we are marked with the seal of the Holy Spirit, as we are anointed with the Oil of Chrism. Our initiation is complete as we become partakers in the sacred meal of the body and blood of Christ. IV. PRIEST: We come together in the trust that our loving Father s care for us is never-ending. 1) For the Holy Father and all the bishops and clergy, may God provide for their every need as they preach the Gospel of salvation to all the world, let us pray to the Lord. 2) For world leaders, may they be granted the wisdom to lead peacefully and work cooperatively, let us pray to the Lord. 3) For those who feel broken by difficult circumstances, may they experience healing and wholeness by turning to God, let us pray to the Lord. 4) For those coming into the Catholic Church tonight, may they find themselves welcomed and home at last, let us pray to the Lord. 5) For our beloved dead, may they be welcomed into the glory of heaven with all the angels and saints, let us pray to the Lord. PRIEST: Heavenly Father, we thank you for your unconditional love for us and your faithfulness to your promises throughout history. Help us to trust in your assistance in all our needs. We ask this through your son, Jesus Christ our Lord.
11 SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 2018 EASTER SUNDAY (Lec. 42) OF THE RESURRECTION 1) Acts 10:34a, OF THE LORD 2) Colossians 3:1-4 - SOLEMNITY or 1 Corinthians 5:6b-8 3) John 20:1-9 or Mark 16:1-7 (41) Is it fact or fiction? The totality of our faith hinges on our fervent belief that the tomb is empty. It all comes down to this. Jesus being raised from the dead gives purpose to his cross and ours. Without the Resurrection, all suffering is absurd, death is the end and we are lost. Saint Peter gives a summary of the Paschal Mystery in our reading from Acts. In the reading from Colossians, Paul reminds us that being raised in Christ calls us to a higher standard. In the Gospel, Mary Magdala does not go into the empty tomb right away. Instead, she seeks out Peter and the Beloved Disciple. PRIEST: Full of confidence in the risen Christ, we place before the Father our humble needs. 1) For Pope Francis, may the Holy Spirit continue to inspire his mission to bring all to the risen Christ, let us pray to the Lord. 2) For civic leaders, may they have the resources they need in their work to feed the hungry, shelter the homeless and clothe the naked, let us pray to the Lord. 3) For those who have not been baptized into the faith, may our witness of the risen Christ at work in our lives be a source of inspiration for them, let us pray to the Lord. 4) For our gathering of family and friends this Easter, may it be a time of witness, growth and harmony, let us pray to the Lord. 5) For those near death, may they soon be embraced by the risen Christ, let us pray to the Lord. PRIEST: Almighty God, as we gather to celebrate the resurrection of your Son, strengthen our desire to be good and faithful witnesses of the Gospel message of salvation. This we ask through Christ our Lord.
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T HE SACRED PASCHAL TRIDUUM T HE GREAT VIGIL of E ASTER in the H OLY NIGHT The Lucernarium: Service of Light, Liturgy of the Word, Blessing of Water, Celebration of the Sacraments of Initiation & Liturgy
St. Bartholomew s Episcopal Church Poway, California A Celebration of the Holy Eucharist in the Celtic Tradition for All Saints Day: A Celebration of the Baptismal Fellowship of the Saints Saturday, November
What is the Easter Triduum?... and is it for me? 1 Holy Week starts on Palm Sunday, the Sunday before Easter Sunday. Of all the weeks in the entire liturgical year, this is by far the most important for
Chapter 4 CHAPTER 4 Confirmation Is the Sacrament of the Holy Spirit Centering Ask: How does Baptism make us new people? (It gives us grace to help us live like Jesus; it makes us members of God s family,
Holy Eucharist 10a The Fifth Sunday in Lent Sunday, April 7, 2019 It is the tradition of the Episcopal Church to maintain silence in the worship area so that people may pray. Please help us preserve an
LITURGY OF THE WORD [WITH HOLY COMMUNION] LAY LEADER S TEXT INTRODUCTORY RITES Hymn Sign of the Cross In the name of the Father, + and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Greeting: Brothers and sisters,
LENT AND THE PASCHAL TRIDUUM 2016 ARCHDIOCESE OF CHICAGO Introduction Lent is a most special time. In these forty days, the Church turns to the ancient penitential practices of fasting, prayer, and almsgiving.
Third Sunday of Lent March 4, 2018 i In what ways do I respect and honor God s house? When I enter a church building, how do I act and speak? Do I recognize the space as being sacred when I am in a church?
HOLY WEEK LITURGIES (HISTORICAL/THEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES) PALM SUNDAY A very important place in the 40-day season of Lent belongs to the sixth Sunday, Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord, as the full