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Walk Through Holy Week Together

From Christís entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday to his death on Good Friday, Catholics gather to celebrate, to remember, to believe. Holy Week offers many opportunities to teach children about what Jesus sacrificed for them so long ago and what his death and resurrection still means for them today.

During Holy Week, we talk a lot about roads and paths, walking and feet. Jesus rides into Jerusalem on palm branches laid on the pathway. He humbly washes the feet of his friends during the Last Supper. And we walk with him as he carries his cross through the crowded streets to Calvary.

Invite your students to witness the washing of the feet during the Mass on Holy Thursday at your parish. Or collect towels and bowls of water to recreate this ritual in your classroom. Talk about how the students might feel being the one who washes another studentís feet or having their feet washed by a fellow student. Ask your students how willing they are to serve and to be served by others.

 
Step-by-step guide for a parish Lenten soup supper

Set the theme and atmosphere for the whole parish observance of Lent with a soup supper - an upbeat and joyous evening for families with children, singles, young adults, and seniors. Our free Gospel for All Ages online program provides all you need to get started: advance activities, a sample schedule, ideas for the evening's events, and a promotional plan. For an overview of The Gospel for All Ages program, click on WHole Community Catechesis in the menu at left, then select "Guidelines for a Lenten Soup Supper."


 


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