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Are you ready for Holy Week?

2015-03-25 10:07

Easter is almost upon us and this week we are featuring resources to help congregations and individuals focus on the events of the Passion and the celebration of Easter. 

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This year we released a new addition to our liturgical book series; The New Palm Sunday for the Passion of the Lord contains all that is needed for people’s full participation in the liturgy. All three forms of the entrance rite are included as is the full text of all the readings for the three years of the liturgical cycle, including the Gospel readings for the Procession. The Passion readings are clearly laid out so that they may be read by different voices. With all the prayers and antiphons too, and the full text of the people’s responses in the Mass, this book will enable the whole congregation to participate fully in the celebration of Palm Sunday.

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Another fantastic resource for Easter would be Mediations on the Stations of the Cross by John Henry Newman.  Blessed John Henry Newman's meditations on the passion of Our Lord have been edited and enhanced with illustrations. They remain a moving and enriching commentary on the details of Christ's sufferings and their bearing on our own human existence. 

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Within his new book Stations of the Cross; Timothy Radcliffe, OP, offers readers a thoughtful meditation on this powerful devotion. Through word and image he offers a profound experience of reflecting on the Stations of the Cross that is both visually and spiritually inspiring. Features stunning artwork from Martin Erspamer OSB


Instead of buying your children an easter egg this year why don't you buy them a copy of Let's Go the Way of the Cross. The traditional devotion of the stations of the cross made accessible for children with bright illustrations and prayers that reflect the world where today's children live. The pages can be personalised by the child and are "wipe-clean".

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