HOLY WEEK

Easter

 

Many people are asking how we will observe Easter this year in these difficult times.

Here’s some guidance from Rome in the form of a decree.

Holy Week with Pope Francis

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Bishop Declan's Easter Message 

Bishop Declan has recorded his Easter message in which he reminds us that although not able to go to church, we need to remind ourselves that we are Church.  In our homes Christ is always present even if are not always present to him.  Jesus promised neve rot leave us.  We may not be able to gather as a parish family or the diocesan one, but we can gather in our homes as the domestic Church.  Our homes are varied and so is the Church because in the Church all people should find a home.  No one should feel excluded because Christ came to reconcile us to the Father and to one another.  At the beginning of Lent we were reminded that we are ambassadors for Christ and our message is: 'be reconciled to God.

At the foot of the Cross:  The Last Supper

Here's the first in the four part art and culture series 'At the Foot of the Cross'

We've picked four famous works for the Paschal Triduum.  Today, for Maundy Thursday, we start with Leonardo da Vinci's 'The Last Supper'.

We have two excellent contributors.  First we get an entertaining and vibrant take on da Vinci's piece from London-based gallery guide Lynne Hanley.  Lynne takes groups around the National Gallery for intimate and lively 'Beyond the Palette' art tours.

Then we get the 'Priest's Perspective' from the knowledgeable and engaging Fr Christopher Whitehead priest of St kjohn the Evangelist Church in Bath.  Fr Christopher also provides a beatutifully broadcast live Catholic Mass during the COVID19 crisis, so do check the parish site stjohnsrcbath.org.uk

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