Walking Through Holy Week: A Journey into the Story of Easter
Most of us can't walk the streets of Jerusalem, but every year, we are given the chance to walk with Jesus from His Palm Sunday entrance to the Cross. How much more meaningful would your Easter be if you could sit at the Last Supper, pray in the garden of Gethsemane, and touch the cross before you stood at the empty tomb?
Contrary to popular opinion, the Masses of Holy Week are not tedious, long, and boring. The Masses of Holy Week allow us to be participants in the greatest story ever told.
Walk with Karen May as she guides you through the events each day, making each one real and personal.
This six chapter book allows for personal or group study. Each chapter contains Scripture from each Mass, reflection questions, and explanations of items, actions, and events from Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and Easter Sunday, with an additional chapter devoted to the Stations of the Cross - a traditional practice of Lent.
Done on a weekly basis or simply daily study during Holy Week, Walking Through Holy Week will deepen the readers understanding and personal connection with the events of Holy Week.
This book is deeply meaningful for any Christian looking to deepen their faith, and a powerful tool for people entering the Catholic Church at Easter.
Leading a discussion group?
Use my Walking Through Holy Week Leader Guide to engage members and prompt conversations around each chapter of the Lenten journey. Click the icon to the right to download your copy.
WTHW is a great tool for those in Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) courses.
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