Transcript: Photo based on: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr And Finally You really want to know... For many of us the "Holy Week" its just vacation time. But do you really know what's all about? Tan... Tan... Tan... Main Statement INFO! Benefits The Holy Week
Transcript: SEMANA SANTA AMONGST HISPANICS 1. What is holy week. Holy Week is the last week of Lent, the week immediately preceding Easter or Resurrection Sunday. It is observed in many Christian churches as a time to commemorate and enact the suffering (Passion) and death of Jesus through various observances and services of worship. While some church traditions focus specifically on the events of the last week of Jesus’ life, many of the liturgies symbolize larger themes that marked Jesus’ entire ministry. Observances during this week range from daily liturgical services in churches to informal meetings in homes to participate in a Christian version of the Passover Seder. 2. When is Holy Week? Holy Week is the last week of Lent. Holy Week begins on 17 April 2011 and ends on 23 April 2011. 3. What is the beginning of Holy Week? Holy Week begins with the sixth Sunday in Lent. This Sunday observes the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem that was marked by the crowds who were in Jerusalem for Passover waving palm branches and proclaiming him as the messianic king. 4. What is palm Sunday? 555.Palm Sunday is a Christian moveable feast that always falls on the Sunday before Easter Sunday. The feast commemorates an event mentioned by all four Canonical Gospels (Mark 11:1-11, Matthew 21:1-11, Luke 19:28-44, and John 12:12-19): the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem in the days before his Passion. 5. How is Palm Sunday celebrated? In the Roman Catholic and some Protestant churches, ceremonies of the day are the blessing and distribution of crosses made from palm leaves and the recitation of one of the three synoptic accounts of the Passion. 6. What are the events of Holy Week? Create a family centerpiece for the week using Sunday's palms from mass as the focal point. Have a special family dinner together on Holy Thursday and think of ways to, as a family, "wash the feet" of people in need in your parish or community. As a family, take the day off on Good Friday and attend services at your parish. Light a candle each evening and pray for this person and all who are being baptized and coming into full Communion with the Church. As a family, make attending Mass on Easter Sunday the highlight of your celebration. Rejoice at the Resurrection of our Lord! Read the gospel as a family as a highlight at your Easter meal. 7. How is Holy Week celebrated in the spanish-speaking countries? Holy Week, the last week of Lent, which is the week immediately before Easter, sees its most glamorous celebrations in the region of Andalusia, particularly in Seville, while those of Castile see the more sombre and solemn events, typified by Semana Santa at Valladolid.This is a religious holiday. A common feature in Spain is the almost general usage of the nazareno or penitential robe for some of the participants in the processions. This garment consists in a tunic, a hood with conical tip (capirote) used to conceal the face of the wearer, and sometimes a cloak. The exact colors and forms of these robes depend on the particular procession. The robes were widely used in the medieval period for penitents, who could demonstrate their penance while still masking their identity. (These robes intentionally served as the basis for the traditional uniform for members of the Ku Klux Klan in the United States, ironically a very anti-Catholic organization.) These nazarenos carry processional candles or rough-hewn wooden crosses, may walk the city streets barefoot, and, in some places may carry shackles and chains on their feet as penance. In some areas, sections of the participants wear dress freely inspired by the uniforms of the Roman Legion. 8. What is Easter. Easter is the day were we celebrate the day jesus rose from the dead but On Easter Sunday, Christians celebrate the resurrection of the Lord, Jesus Christ. It is typically the most well-attended Sunday service of the year for Christian churches. Christians believe, according to Scripture, that Jesus came back to life, or was raised from the dead, three days after his death on the cross. As part of the Easter season, the death of Jesus Christ by crucifixion is commemorated on Good Friday, always the Friday just before Easter. Through his death, burial, and resurrection, Jesus paid the penalty for sin, thus purchasing for all who believe in him, eternal life in Christ Jesus. 9. How is Easter celebrated in the Spanish-speaking countries? Easter is celebrated for the entire week before Easter Sunday – “Semana Santa,” or “Holy Week,” sees parades celebrating the country’s Roman Catholic heritage. In a tradition dating back to the 1500s, ornate statues depicting the Crucifixion are carried through the winding narrow streets of cities, towns and villages throughout Andalucía, the only region in Spain where it is honored with this kind of colorful pageantry. 10. Compare and contrast Holy Week in U.S.A and the Spanish-speaking countries. In the united states we play games like egg
Transcript: This is Holy Week What does that mean? Hopefully we we learn about the significance of the next few days for Christians through the activities planned for you today. Last Sunday was 'Palm Sunday' On Thursday Christians will remember Jesus sharing his last meal with his disciples. Year 7s will have a chance to consider why this is important. Year 8s and 9s will consider the death and resurrection of Jesus and the devotion of many people to these images and artefacts
Transcript: Good Friday Easter Holy Thursday Now: -Blessing of Palms -Procession Then: -Scourging at the Pillar -Crowning with Thorns -Carrying the Cross -Crucifixion -Burial of Jesus Now: -Stations of the Cross -Eucharistic Liturgy which includes the Reading of the Passion and Veneration of the Cross. Holy Week Palm Sunday Then: -Jesus' Entry into Jerusalem Then: -Resurrection Now: -Easter Vigil which includes lighting of the Easter Candle, and includes catechumens entering the church and receiving the sacraments of Initiation: Baptism, Eucharist, and Confirmation. -Easter Sunday Then: -Last Supper where Jesus' creates the first Eucharist and where Jesus ordained the Apostles. -Agony in the Garden Now: -Mass of the Lord's Supper where 12 people have their feet washed. -Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.
Transcript: 7th March 2013 Task; Which day do you think is the most important and why? To end... Holy Thursday Good Friday Easter Sunday Jesus' final journey 3 How would you feel if you were there? Extension; Why is this event important? LO2 (don’t forget to justify your idea!) Holy Thursday Good Friday Easter Sunday To start... Can you outline the three important days of Jesus' final journey? (level 2) Can you give me two ways that the Church celebrates these events? (Level 4) What is the most important event for you and why? (Level 5) Why might someone disagree? (Level 6) LO2 LO2 LO3 Mrs Ward Investigate! Write down in no more than 10 key words how Christians celebrate this event. Extension; Take a Holy Week time line- Follow Jesus’ journey and write down what other events were important during Jesus' final journey. Jesus' final journey Working in pairs- put the events in order. Extension; What do you think is the most important event in Jesus' final journey? 2 Who is in the picture? Extension; Explain why someone might disagree with your point of view. L01; Know the main events of Jesus' final journey.(Level 2) L02; Understand how the Church remembers and celebrates one of these holy days.(Level 4) LO3; Reflect on the most important event of Jesus' final journey, explaining your view (Level 5) and why someone might hold a different point of view.(Level 6) How do Christians celebrate the events on; LO1 What did you find out? 4. What question do you have about the image? 1 What event is this?
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Transcript: THE END Holy Thursday Easter Then: Last Supper (include Eucharist and Holy Orders) Then: Scouring at the Pillar Crowning with Thorns Carrying the Cross Crucifixion Burial of Jesus Now: Stations of the Cross Eucharistic Liturgy (include: Reading of the Passion and Veneration of the Cross) Then: Resurrection Now: Easter Vigil (include lighting the Easter Candle) (include catechumens entering the Church and receiving the Sacraments of Initiation: Baptism, Eucharist, and Confirmation) Easter Sunday Then: Agony in the Garden Palm Sunday Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament BY: JOELLE DENHOF RM:204 HOLY WEEK AND EASTER Procession Good Friday Now: Mass of the Lord's Supper (include 12 people having their feet washed) Now: Blessing of Palms TTHEN: Entry into Jerusalem
Transcript: Holy Week Palm Sunday Holy Week begins with the sixth Sunday in Lent. This Sunday observes the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem that was marked by the crowds who were in Jerusalem for Passover waving palm branches and proclaiming him as the messianic king. Maundy Thursday There are a variety of events that are clustered on this last day before Jesus was arrested that are commemorated in various ways in services of worship. These include the last meal together, which was probably a Passover meal, the institution of Eucharist or Communion, the betrayal by Judas (because of the exchange with Jesus at the meal), and Jesus praying in Gethsemane while the disciples fell asleep. Most liturgies, however, focus on the meal and communion as a way to commemorate this day. Good Friday Friday of Holy Week has been traditionally been called Good Friday or Holy Friday. On this day, the church commemorates Jesus’ arrest (since by Jewish customs of counting days from sundown to sundown it was already Friday), his trial, crucifixion and suffering, death, and burial. Since services on this day are to observe Jesus’ death, and since Eucharist is a celebration, there is traditionally no Communion observed on Good Friday. Also, depending on how the services are conducted on this day, all pictures, statutes, and the cross are covered in mourning black, the chancel and altar coverings are replaced with black, and altar candles are extinguished. They are left this way through Saturday, but are always replaced with white before sunrise on Sunday. Holy Saturday This is the seventh day of the week, the day Jesus rested in the tomb. In the first three Gospel accounts this was the Jewish Sabbath, which provided appropriate symbolism of the seventh day rest. While some church traditions continue daily services on Saturday, there is no communion served on this day. Easter sunday After Jesus was crucified on the Friday (now known as Good Friday), his body was taken down from the cross, and buried in a cave tomb. The tomb was guarded by Roman Soldiers and an enormous stone was put over the entrance, so that no-one could steal the body. On the Sunday, Mary Magdalene, followed later by some of Jesus' disciples visited the tomb and found that the stone had been moved, and that Jesus' body had gone. Jesus himself was seen that day by Mary and the disciples, and for forty days afterwards by many people. His followers realised that God had raised Jesus from the dead. Christians call this the Resurrection. The week leading up to Easter is called Holy Week. http://www.youtube.co./watch?v=HugMM_3FfnI The trial before the Sanhedrin took place on thursday night illegaly before the high priests
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