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Sunday, April 1, 2012

Holy Week in Two Minutes

Now this is pretty darned excellent.  (Except that everywhere it says "Catholics", I would substitute: "Catholics and other Liturgical Christians"...but that's just me.) (Smiles)


  1. I'm so glad you shared this - thank you!

    Though I wonder why Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday were glossed over. Seems like folks always wanna push those days under the rug in lieu of the "bigger" days of the week, but those three days were highly important as well as they each hand a hand in leading up to the Crucifixion.

    Monday was the cleansing of the Temple - it's what put the Sanhedrin on high alert since the Romans (now present in higher numbers in the city to keep the peace during Passover) saw Christ not only messing with the Jewish folks, but all the Gentiles who gathered in the court of the Temple to exchange goods / services.

    Tuesday was full of parables and prophecy. Tuesday was, in my opinion, the day that the Pharisees finally decided that Jesus MUST be dealt with before the week's end (due to the Render Unto Caesar answer). This was when they finally realized they'd never get the best of Him, and had to find a way to kill Him.

    Wednesday was the day we remember Judas' actual betrayal. It's also when Christ's death / burial was predicted through the actions of the woman with the perfume.

    Those three days are of such importance. I wish Broken Halo had mentioned something about them.

    On the plus side, though, I think I know what my own blog will be about today... ha ha.

  2. I've never seen this before so thank you Michelle for sharing! It's quick and to the point. My audio wasn't working so I didn't hear the music but it was unnecessary since it was written out. Have a Blessed Holy Week my friend in Christ!


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