Saturday, April 13, 2024 UTC

APRIL 1 – 6: BRIGHT WEEK: DIVINE LITURGY MONDAY (SOLEMN HOLY DAY), TUESDAY (SIMPLE HOLY DAY), AND FRIDAY

emmaus-icon APRIL 1: DIVINE LITURGY – 6:00 PM; APRIL 2: DIVINE LITURGY – 6:00 PM; APRIL 5: DIVINE LITURGY – 6:00 PM.

BRIGHT WEEK VESPERS: Bright_Week_Vespers

BRIGHT MONDAY MATIN PROPERS: Bright_Monday_Matins

BRIGHT TUESDAY MATIN PROPERS: Bright_Tuesday_Matins

BRIGHT WEDNESDAY MATIN PROPERS: Bright_Wednesday_Matins

BRIGHT THURSDAY MATIN PROPERS: Bright_Thursday_Matins

BRIGHT FRIDAY MATIN PROPERS: Bright_Friday_Matins

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BRIGHT WEEK (from the Metropolitan Cantor Institute): https://mci.archpitt.org/liturgy/Bright_Week.html

The following is from the Melkite Greek-Catholic Eparchy of Newton, Office of Educational Services, which you may want to share with your family each week of the Great Fast: “Living with Christ – Great Lent at Home.” Bright Week: GreatLentAtHomeBrightWeek

Bright Week is the first week following the Resurrection of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and ends the following Sunday, the Sunday of St. Thomas. For all Eastern Christians Bright Week begins a period of celebration that continues for 50 days until Pentecost.

This celebration includes the practice of the faithful joyously greeting each other with the salutation of Christ is Risen, followed by the response, Indeed He is Risen! The services of Bright Week are done with the Royal Doors fully open. This unblocked view of that altar symbolizes the open door of Christ’s empty tomb as well as the rent veil of the Jewish Temple, which was torn apart at the moment Christ died. Fasting is prohibited by Eastern Christians during the week.

 

 

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