An Introduction: Walking Together through Holy Week

“Amidst the climate of fear and uncertainty in this prevailing crisis, it may feel strange to enter into the commemorations of the holy feast days in Holy Week. In many ways, it can feel like the Risen Christ will still be hidden from us and has yet to appear to us even when the dawn of Easter breaks. Yet, even without participating in the liturgical celebrations, Christ is still ever-present among us and continues to walk with us. He desires to accompany us on this sacred journey.”

To that end, we share with you a companion to navigate Holy Week together. Grab a friend or two or three and join us!

You can find all the resources at HERE

Let us make the most of this season at home to truly fix our gaze on Jesus! #HOmeLYWeek

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