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Holy Week

Why you shouldn’t fear the cross, according to ‘The Imitation of Christ’

Kempis believes that all Christians need to embrace the cross rather than flee from it.

Is March 25 the historical date of the crucifixion?

Tradition says this day was the date not only of Jesus' death, but of countless other biblical events.

“When others are weeping blood, what right do I have to weep tears?”

The days of Holy Week challenge us to envision a life in which we take responsibility for our indifference.

5 Inspiring quotes on the power and beauty of Jesus’ Passion

These quotes open up the mystery of Jesus' death in a whole new way.

Holy Week is here! Here’s what you need to know

A short guide to the most important week of the Church's calendar.

Why did Jesus leave the burial cloth rolled up and in a separate place?

A Jewish custom of the time explains why John noted and recounted this detail.

A light shines in the darkness…

Photo of the Day, April 16, 2017

The Holy Week I really walked the Way of the Cross

I'd never lived a Resurrection Day like that one.

Remember Christ’s 3 hours on the cross and 33 years on earth with this short prayer

A worthy tradition to add to your devotions for the most somber day of the year.

What was Mass like for the early Christians?

2,000 years later, the essentials have not changed.

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