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Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: St Mark’s Passion gives a ‘warts and...

Dear friends, we began our celebration today on a high note by joining the children of Jerusalem, singing Hosanna to the King, the new David, Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord, Hosanna in the highest (Mk 11:1-10). But by chanting Mark’s Passion and sacrificing Christ’s body and blood, we also face up to the warts and all of human hearts and behaviour.

‘We are not alone, abandoned or afraid,’ Patriarch of Jerusalem says...

"Despite the war and everything going on around us this year, we have once again chosen to celebrate Jesus' triumphal entry into the Holy City," said Cardinal Pierbattista Pizzaballa, Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem.

Palm Sunday procession through Sydney’s west proclaims Christ’s saving power to...

Hundreds of pilgrims took up the cross for the final week of the three-week pilgrimage in Sydney's central deanery, which concluded on Palm Sunday at St Joachim's Lidcombe with Mass celebrated by Bishop Richard Umbers

Philippa Martyr: Everyone must learn humility the hard way

Palm Sunday at last! I’ve found the last few weeks of Lent quite challenging. It turns out that I need to work much harder on all the virtues I’ve been writing about.

Pope Francis: Unborn, migrants, elderly and disabled are ‘living icons’ of...

In his Palm Sunday homily, the Holy Father said there are many 'abandoned Christs' in our midst who need closeness and love

Homily for Palm Sunday 2023

Christianity is not the religion of an elite, a cult of the perfect: it is for all humanity, sinners hopefully on the way to being saints.

Palm Sunday: Behold the man

One of the fundamental questions at the heart of contemporary Western culture concerns what it means to be a man. Do men have a place in our culture anymore? How should men act? How can he love and protect those entrusted to his care? How can he air his concerns without them being immediately smacked down because they are different?

Palm Sunday: Remaining steadfast in the way of the Cross

Palm Sunday presents for us a time of conflicting sentiments. Both a time for rejoicing in anticipation of Christ’s resurrection and of anxious anticipation awaiting the passion.

Palm Sunday: Following our humble Lord

God who reigns over all of creation accepts to be one of us, suffering unimaginable pain and distress, and is executed and buried in the depths of the earth. In doing so, the Father reveals who God is to us and opens to us the way to rise with his Son into glory and share in God’s very life and happiness.

Melto D’Moronoyo: Celebrating Palm Sunday the Maronite way

Although I am passing on the joy of Hosanna Sunday to my children, through our simple traditions like decorating Hosanna Sunday candles, I am more committed to helping them “get closer to Jesus.”

Pope’s Palm Sunday video greets families at home

let us help those in need in our neighbourhood; let us look out for the loneliest people, perhaps by telephone or social networks; let us pray to the Lord for those who are in difficulty

30,000 log on to view Sydney Palm Sunday Mass

Healthcare workers, those providing pastoral care, “the isolated and anxious, elderly and vulnerable, ‘locked down’ in their homes, some feeling alone and afraid” are all with Christ in Holy Week and He is with them
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