From Rome to Mexico and the Middle East to the Diocese of St. Cloud, Christians around the globe shared in the liturgies and traditions of the Easter Triduum.
Young scouts, teens and children with their caretakers carried slender torches aloft, taking turns carrying a wooden cross around the obelisk and to the pope.
A Catholic author and mom has guided her family through marking the Triduum with traditions at home.
The glory of God is not manifested with fanfare and applause but displayed through the love of Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross, Pope Francis said.
We are asked to witness Christ, not only in inward hidden ways but also publicly with the way we live.
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — God’s love is limitless and the church’s Holy Week services offer Christians a deeper understanding of his infinite mercy, Pope Francis said. […]