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The Triduum I: The Liturgy of the Last Supper

The Triduum is a period of prayer, recalling the three days of Christ's death, burial and resurrection. It is a moving and powerful way of living through the story of Holy Week and reaching the joy of Easter Day.

In the first part of the Triduum, join us to hear the Liturgy of the Last Supper, with the washing of feet and watch until midnight at the Altar of Repose.

What is Lent?
Lent - the great 40 days of preparation for the Feast of Easter - begins on Ash Wednesday, a solemn day of repentance and forgiveness. As we receive the cross of ashes on our foreheads, we are reminded of our mortality and our utter dependence upon God our Father. Over the next six weeks, we journey towards the Cross, examining and reviewing our spiritual lives.

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