Resources for Holy Week, from Palm Sunday to Good Friday & Easter Sunday


As you can imagine there are a huge number of resources available these days for the celebration of Holy Week.  Here are a few I found that I would recommend.

CRIVoice is still the best site I know for daily lectionary readings and information on the seasons

John Chandler is continuing his PassionWeek tradition which started two years ago with the @passionweek twitter account which follows the events of Jesus as he would have experienced them in the days between Palm Sunday and Easter.  This year, the updates will also be posting to Facebook — and to a Passion Week website .

Sacredise has some great Holy week resources available including an excellent Palm Sunday reflection

Faith At Home has some excellent resources for celebrating as a family.  They are very helpfully spelled out:  Palm Sunday   Mon-Thu   Good Friday   Holy Saturday   Great Vigil   Easter Day

Stations of the Cross – in 360-degree ‘virtual reality’ format.

And my favourite Stations of the Cross from past years:

Here is a very powerful presentation of the stations of the Cross using images of refugees from Iraq and Sudan as spectators and participants.  (The stations of the Cross are down the side of the post)

very powerful presentation of the stations from the perspective of liberation theology by Adolfo Pérez Esquivel of Argentina

Stations of the Cross from Hamilton New Zealand 

Cityside Baptist Church in New Zealand

And this powerful presentation produced by Jesuit Brother Edward Sheehy is a very powerful presentation of the passion story

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