Passiontide


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Pas·sion·tide

 (păsh′ən-tīd′)
n.
The last two weeks of Lent, leading up to Easter.

Passiontide

(ˈpæʃənˌtaɪd)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) the last two weeks of Lent, extending from Passion Sunday to Holy Saturday

Pas•sion•tide

(ˈpæʃ ənˌtaɪd)

n.
the two-week period from Passion Sunday to Holy Saturday.
[1840–50]
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Mealor wrote a number of works for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and, more recently, completed his first symphony Passiontide - a large work for soprano, baritone, choir and orchestra - which received its premiere at the composer's 40th birthday concert in November 2015.
Easter Sunday service at 7.30am on Stirling Castle Esplanade HOLY TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH The services for Holy Week and Easter are as follows: today (Wednesday) at 7.30pm a performance entitled A Garland for the Passion: Music and Poetry for Passiontide will be performed by John Coutts (poetry), Ulrike Wutscher (voice) and Alistair Warwick (organ).
Hymns for the Saints of the Franciscan Order, Common of the Saints, Annual Feasts of Holy Mary, Office for a Child, Passiontide, Cyril and Methodius.
Roman Catholics will observe tomorrow the first Friday of Passiontide, which is traditionally marked on the Friday before the observance of Palm Sunday on March 25, the first day of the Holy Week.
On the Sunday evening there will be a Service of Music and Readings for Passiontide at St.
This is the start of Passiontide - the two weeks before Easter.
1, Passiontide, which was given its Welsh premiere by NEW Sinfonia in June at the official North Wales International Music Festival launch concert.
7.30pm: No Story So Divine (Passion Music) Devotional music and readings which capture the essence of Passiontide.
Contemplation of Christ's suffering, especially through Lenten practices, such as the stations of the cross and Passiontide scriptural readings, can be a school of compassion and empathy that bears fruit in forms of solidarity such as the L' Arche communities.
Find full festival details at www.ncl.ac.uk/events/kings-hall/nemf Four pieces by Tudor genius John Sheppard frame Bach's great motets Komm Jesu, komm, and Jesu meine Freude, and William Byrd's meditation on penitence, Infelix Ego, for Durham Singers' Passiontide concert at Durham Cathedral Chapter House on March 22.
* 6 April 2014: Fifth Sunday of Lent or Judica Sunday is also popularly known as the Passion Sunday, the start of Passiontide.
Today we associate the text from the gospel of John 3:16 ("God so loved the world") most specifically with Passiontide, even though Stainer's setting of The Crucifixion was first heard the day after Ash Wednesday.