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Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord

The final Sunday of Lent, which also serves as the beginning of Holy Week is called Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord. On this day, the Catholic Church celebrates the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem, days before his passion and death on the cross. In the Gospels, Jesus enters Jerusalem riding a donkey. Paying homage by spreading cloaks and leafy branches on the road, the people welcomed Jesus. This scene of Jesus’ arrival in Jerusalem is being reenacted in the Holy Masses annually on Palm Sunday. The faithful bring palm fronds which they use to participate in this reenactment. Recognized as a symbol of peace and victory, palm branches are preferred to be used on Palm Sunday. In Holy Masses, mass goers carry palms in the procession during the celebration. The palms which are also blessed are then reverently kept by the faithful in their homes throughout

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Lent is a liturgical season in which Catholics dedicate 40 days of fasting, almsgiving, and prayer in preparation for the

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From the words “Christ’s Mass”, Christmas is the celebration of the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem. This celebration which falls

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Gaudete Sunday

It’s the Third Sunday of Advent, you observe the Church light a rose-colored candle in the Advent wreath and as

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