HOLY WEEK: WHY IS IT CALLED “HOLY”?


HOLY WEEK:
WHY IS IT CALLED HOLY?

Dear brethren in Christ, here you have an infographic which explains why the most important week in the liturgical year is called “holy”.

It is called as such as it commemorates the patent demonstration and summit of Our Lord’s Holiest Immense Love for the entire humanity, a love willing to suffer unto “death, death on the Cross” in order to save us from our sins, and a love which knows no end, conquering death itself with His Resurrection.


 

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  1. Excuse me, Let us make a very important point for clarification, should we. Holy Wednesday, also known as ‘spy Wednesday’ is NOT as depicted in this pin ‘the betrayal of Judas’. This day Judas, spies for the Sanhedrin y agrees to take them to Jesus for 30 pieces of silver, which leads to the betrayal on Thursday night.

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