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Celebrating the Triduum: Livestream Presentation

Three Days but One Feast- Celebrating the Triduum in the Parish

The Triduum liturgy is the culmination of the entire year and it makes sense that the community’s Sunday experience influences their anticipation of Triduum. If our assemblies are not engaged by music, preaching, hospitality, or other sacramental encounters at the Sunday liturgy, they are not likely to seek out more of the same.

It is common to think of our Sunday liturgies as “Little Easters,” particularly because we celebrate the Risen Christ in every liturgy. Perhaps we also could consider Easter Sunday, and thus Triduum, as “One Great Big Sunday” that is integrally connected to all other Sundays of the year. This larger framework can inform how we plan, prepare, celebrate the Triduum, and balance the dialogue between Easter Sunday and all of the Sundays of the liturgical year.

With this in mind parishes and individuals are invited to join a Livestream talk
Three Days but One Feast- Celebrating the Triduum in the Parish

offered by Fr. Bill Burke, Pastor of St. Marguerite Bourgeoys Parish, Sydney.
This talk will take place on Tuesday, November 7, 2023, 7:00pm, at St. Joseph Church, Port Hawkesbury, NS.

This presentation will be available to watch live here, via the St. Joseph Port Hawkesbury YouTube channel:


Pastors, parish pastoral councils, liturgy committee members and all interested parishioners are invited to take part in this event.

Communications Officer, Diocese of Antigonish