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Holy Week

Cantalamessa’s Good Friday homily: He who saw it has borne witness

To encounter Christ personally is still possible today because he is risen; he is a living person, not a personage.

The most beautiful hymn is sung on Good Friday

Behold the wood of the cross, on which is hung our salvation.

Pray this short and simple prayer to the Holy Cross of Jesus

The prayer was written by St. Thomas Aquinas.

Pray the Stations of the Cross with these beautiful images and prayers

It is a beautiful devotion that can be prayed anywhere.

An imprisoned St. Thomas More found strength and solace in ‘The Sadness of Christ’

As we face our own modern anxieties and troubles this Holy Week, we would do well to turn to the martyr's reflection on Jesus' Passion.

Experience the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in 3-D immersive virtual reality

The National Geographic Museum invites you to visit Christ’s tomb without ever setting foot in Jerusalem.

Pope tells prisoners that Jesus sent him to give them message of His love

"I am a sinner like you, but today I represent Jesus; I am the ambassador of Jesus."

These are the Stations the pope will pray this year (written by youth)

The annual Via Crucis at the Colosseum draws our focus to the upcoming synod on young people and discernment

Benedict XVI’s brief guide to the Paschal Triduum

The Pope Emeritus left us a succinct summary of these sacred days when he was pontiff.

These saints’ insight into the Passion will help you share in Christ’s pain

Have you ever considered how many soldiers gathered to taunt Our Lord?

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