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What is Triduum?

 

History | Church Documents | Scriptures
Examples of Planning | Ritual Gestures

 

A. A Brief History

 


B. Its Meaning according to Church Documents

 

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C. Planning from the Scripture Readings

CLICK on the above link, "C," to find easy access to the Scriptures of Triduum:

----- Holy Thursday

----- Good Friday

----- Easter Vigil

----- Easter Sunday

----- Vespers on Easter Sunday

 

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D. Examples of Planning the Liturgies of Triduum

----- Holy Thursday
You will find an example of a fully planned parish liturgy for Holy Thursday (4/1/99) at this link. Two other links provide information about the General Intercessions and the opening Questions and Answers (a parish tradition).

----- Good Friday
You will find an example of a fully planned parish liturgy for Good Friday (4/2/99) at this link. Another link will take you to examples of the General Intercessions for the service.

----- Easter Vigil
You will find an example of a fully planned parish liturgy for Easter Vigil (4/e/99) at this link.

----- Easter Sunday liturgies

----- Vespers on Easter Sunday

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E. The Primary Ritual Gestures and Symbols as Interpreted by our Existentialist Approach

----- Holy Thursday

----- Good Friday

----- Easter Vigil

----- Easter Sunday liturgies

----- Vespers on Easter Sunday

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