TODAY, PALM SUNDAY, Jesus invites us again to take the holy path. His triumphant entry in Jerusalem symbolizes His entry into our hearts, if we allow Him.
Recamadero, a Church-based organization in Morong, Rizal, will hold the procession of Jesus Christ?s Suffering with 42 images on April 8. Maundy Thursday is the procession of the ?Cordero? and the celebration of the institution of the Holy Eucharist.
The Seven Last Words of Christ and the Jesus Christ?s Burial procession highlight Good Friday. An Easter Vigil will be held Saturday evening and the traditional procession of Jesus Christ?s Resurrection known as ?Salubong? will start 4 a.m. on Easter Sunday.
?Hapag? the play
The Parish Youth Ministry of Nuestra Señora de Guia Parish in Ermita will hold a one-act play, ?Hapag,? on April 7, 7 p.m., at the parish grounds. The public is invited to watch.
Bro. Dominador Deauna of the Sacrament of Love Foundation of the Philippines, Inc. is preparing a talk on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday in connection with the Mysteries of Light added by Pope John Paul II to the Holy Rosary. For inquiries, text 0905-3524386 or call 52242l5.
Singer-actor Gino Padilla and Meng Canlas will host the ?Seven Last Words? program onChannel 9 on April l0, Good Friday, noon to 3 p.m. The enthronement of San Lorenzo Ruiz at POEA has been moved to April 8, l2 noon. Mass celebrant is Fr. Erno Diaz.
Top Dominicans to deliver Seven Last Words
The Dominican Province of the Philippines will hold ?Siete Palabras? on April 10, 12 noon to 3 p.m., at the Sto. Domingo Church, QC. It will be broadcast live on GMA 7.
Organized by the Order?s Provincial Media Board and Institute of Preaching, Siete Palabras 2009 is a solemn recital of the Seven Last Words of Christ on the Cross with reflections from top preachers of the influential Order of Preachers.
Fr. Rolando V. de la Rosa, OP, Rector Magnificus of the Pontifical University of Santo Tomas, will give the First Word of the ceremony. Other Dominican preachers are Fathers Eugene Cabillon, Delfo Canceran, Marcelino Saria, Roberto Reyes, Tamerlane Lana and Filemon de la Cruz.
Sacred music numbers will be rendered by the UST Conservatory of Music, Hail Mary the Queen Children?s Choir, Tiples de Santo Domingo and UST Liturgicon. To perform are Christopher de Leon, UST Salinggawi Dance Troupe and Aquinas University of Legazpi Dance Troupe.
To lead the prayers are Romnick Sarmenta, Harlene Bautista, Bro. Jun Banaag, OP, and Christopher de Leon. Bishop Teodoro Bacani, Boots Anson-Roa and Rep. Bingbong Crisologo will give faith testimonies. Hosts are Chichi Robles and Fr. Nilo Lardizabal.