From the editor: April 17, 2014
A Blessed Three Days
The 'Triduum' are the Three Days preceding Easter which commemorate the Lord's Supper, the Agony in the Garden, His arrest, trial, and Crucifixion, His burial, and the descent to the dead before His rising from the dead.
Regardless of what they are called or even how they are observed, they stand uniquely and vitally at the very core of our salvation from sin and death. All the Gospel writers spend a great deal of time on these saving events. Their witness is there so that we, too, may spend time in contemplation of Jesus, who gave his life "a ransom for many." Even so in Christ, are we all made alive! Alleluia!
Have a Blessed Easter.
—James M. Kushiner
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