triduum


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triduum

(ˈtrɪdjʊəm; ˈtraɪ-)
n
(Roman Catholic Church) RC Church a period of three days for prayer before a feast
[C19: Latin, perhaps from triduum spatium a space of three days]
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From then on until Easter Sunday, the church celebrates the Easter Triduum of Christ's passion, death, burial and resurrection.
Scholastica's College in Manila, triduum masses were offered in honor and in memory of their patroness.
At the start of the Triduum last year, a theater monk offered our group of lectors this advice: Do your homework.
4 (Marciano, De appellationibus 1): "Si quis ipso die inter acta voce appellavit, hoc ei sufficit: sin autem hoc non fecerit, ad libellos appellatorios dandosbiduum vel triduum computandum est".
3 The three days from Good Friday to Easter Sunday are known as the Easter Triduum.
As Livy explains, 'his auertendis terroribus in triduum feriae indictae'.
Robert Kendrick opens Singing Jeremiah by describing the Triduum as "the longest single commemoration, collective and personal, of the central events of salvation" (p.
In 2009, he decided to do three 69-inch-square paintings representing the Triduum, the time between Jesus' Last Supper and his resurrection on Easter Sunday One of them, depicting Holy Saturday, would not let him go.
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@Digitalnun: "Praying for all tweeps, esp those who died violent deaths during the Triduum in #Lahore & elsewhere, & all who grieve.
Erit igitur vestri muneris, Patres conscripti, ne tanti deorum immortalium in nos beneficij memoriam abiecisse videamur ut in triduum supplicationes fiant providere.
If the death of the autarch was an anguished Triduum, the Mass of "The Sand Garden" shows Severian kneeling in gratitude (2.