Tag Archives: Tenebrae

God with us at Easter worship

Kate, Parish Assistant, offers a personal reflection on Holy Week and Easter at St C’s I have never experienced Tenebrae before, but I suspected that it would be a service I would find moving; I was not prepared for its … Continue reading

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Tenebrae – entering deep darkness

The Holy Week worship of the Church, coming from the earliest days of Christianity, helps us enter into the depths of faith and life. By symbol, word and sacrament we enter with Christ the way of the cross, and look … Continue reading

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Resonant moments of Holy Week

Fr Ian looks back at the liturgies of Holy Week and the Great Three Days this year The worship of Holy Week and Easter enters deeply into the imagination, mind and soul. It is a time to let this happen, … Continue reading

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Tenebrae – Entering the shadows of Holy Week

Holy Week @ St’Cs At the beginning of Holy Week the beautiful and poignant words of Tenebrae – Vespers in Holy Week, were sung on Monday evening at St Chrysostom’s. The candle light and the haunting melodies of the Lamentations … Continue reading

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