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The 3 Major Characters In The Death of Jesus Christ: A Holy Week Reflection

After attending the Good Friday  mass at our parish, a man was standing at the back of the door and he seemed to be patiently waiting for the mass to end. He had this small box filled with DVDs about the movie “Passion of the Christ” for distribution to first few parishioners who would be coming out from the church. I happened to be one of them! I asked Him why he made copies of the movie, if he is into this business or what. He simply answered, “No, that is my way of sharing to others during the Holy … Continue reading The 3 Major Characters In The Death of Jesus Christ: A Holy Week Reflection

How Can Working People Make Their Holy Week Holy: Tips and Thoughts

In certain places, the celebration  of Holy Week is not strictly observed unless you are situated in a predominant catholic country.   If you are a Christian, a Catholic for that matter, residing in a country such  as the United States  where Holy Week is not considered as an important non-working official holiday, there is a need to plan ahead on how to make the  Holy Week  a meaningful one, especially if with working engagements to attend to.   U.S. employers typically would want minimum notice for vacation leave applications, otherwise, you may end up opting for  a “sick call” or not … Continue reading How Can Working People Make Their Holy Week Holy: Tips and Thoughts