Celebrating Holy Week around the Diocese

Viewing the ceremonies on webcams

Here is a summary of times for the Holy Week ceremonies from some of the larger parishes of the Diocese:

Holy Thursday – Mass of the Lord’s Supper

6.00 pm                 St Peter’s, Lurgan

7.00 pm                 St Paul’s, Lurgan

7.30 pm                 Newry Cathedral; St Therese’s, Banbridge, St Peter’s, Warrenpoint; St John’s, Hilltown

 

Holy Thursday – Holy hour at the Altar of Repose

10.00 pm              St Paul’s Lurgan, St Therese’s, Banbridge

 

Good Friday – Stations of the Cross

3.00 pm                 Newry Cathedral; St Therese’s, Banbridge; St Peter’s, Lurgan; St Peter’s, Warrenpoint; St John’s, Hilltown

6.00 pm (Polish) St Peter’s, Lurgan

 

Good Friday – Commemoration of the Lord’s Passion

7.00 pm                 St Paul’s, Lurgan

7.30 pm                 Newry Cathedral; St Peter’s, Warrenpoint; St John’s, Hilltown

 

Holy Saturday – Easter Vigil

6.00 pm                 St John’s, Hilltown

9.00 pm                 Newry Cathedral; St Therese’s, Banbridge; St Peter’s, Lurgan; St Peter’s, Warrenpoint

 

Celebrating Holy Week at Home

 

There are some wonderful resources available for download to enable you to create a domestic celebration of Holy Week. Click on the titles to access the resources.

Designed for use across the dioceses and parishes of Ireland, Bringing Holy Week Home was designed to help people undertake this keeping of Holy Week, bringing it into the heart of our home.

Liturgical Press publications have produced a series of resources that could be used at home. These include Resources to Celebrate Holy Week at Home and Celebrating the Eucharist, the Missalette for Holy Week.

During this challenging time, Magnificat publications are generously providing complimentary access to their online version to help people pray from home. Magnificat is a spiritual guide to help you develop your prayer life, grow in your spiritual life and find a way to a more profound love for Christ. It can be used to follow daily Mass and can also be read at home or wherever you find yourself for personal or family prayer.

A Lenten resource for children called MagniKid! is also available online.

There is a range of resources for each day of the Triduum at Amaghprays.com for both adults and children.