Lessons

Divine Mercy Sunday

The Sunday of Divine Mercy is celebrated every year on the first Sunday after Easter. This feast of Divine Mercy was instituted by Pope St. John Paul II to celebrate God's mercy.

Easter Sunday

Easter Sunday commemorates Jesus' Resurrection from the dead - three days after Jesus was placed in the tomb on Good Friday.

Easter Triduum

The Easter Triduum is a way of remembering the death and resurrection of Jesus.

First Communion - Lesson 08 - The Last Supper

First Communion - Lesson 08 - The Last Supper

First Communion - Lesson 09 - The Crucifixion

First Communion - Lesson 09 - The Crucifixion

First Communion - Lesson 10 - The Resurrection

First Communion - Lesson 10 - The Resurrection

Good Friday

Good Friday is the day we remember Jesus' death and crucifixion.

Palm Sunday and Holy Week

Holy Week begins on Palm Sunday with Jesus' triumphant entry into Jerusalem and concludes on Holy Saturday.

Stations of the Cross

Stations of the Cross

The Last Supper

The Easter Triduum begins the evening of Holy Thursday with the Mass of the Lord's Supper.