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Holy Thursday | Where does Jesus ordain a new Priesthood?

Have you ever wondered why Catholics have priests, but many other Christians have ‘pastors’ or ‘ministers’ and shun the idea of priests because they equate them with the dreaded Pharisees and the teachers of the Law? 1,699 more words

Mass Readings

When did United Methodists start the “imposition of ashes” on Ash Wednesday?

While many think of actions such as the imposition of ashes, signing with the cross, footwashing, and the use of incense as something that only Roman Catholics or high church Episcopalians do, there has been a move among Protestant churches, including United Methodists to recover these more multisensory ways of worship. 199 more words

Posts Of Interest

We Are All The Precious Children of God

In this very beautiful and moving homily for Holy Thursday, Year B, Father Hanly talks about how precious each one of us is in the eyes of God. 1,875 more words

Religion

Good day, Thursday

I just loved Holy Thursday church ceremonies as a boy

Thursday is that pal with the ready smile and the steady advice. When you need it. 770 more words

Personal

Heaven On Earth

In the mid-1990s I participated in a Holy Week Easter conference in Odessa in the Ukraine. There were about 150 of us, including families, from Russia, the Ukraine, Belarus, Bulgaria, and Albania. 327 more words

Police: Buena Vista man used Internet to solicit sex from a minor

BUENA VISTA (WSLS 10) – State police have charged a 29-year-old with the use of a communication system to solicit a minor.

Investigators with the Virginia State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation executed multiple search warrants on June 27, 2016 at a residence in Buena Vista and seized multiple electronic devices. 13 more words

News

Holy Thursday & Justice - A reflection

Holy Thursday & Justice – A reflection

There was tension in the air… the Passover was upon them and Jesus’ mood had shifted. As they gathered in the upper room, the atmosphere was a mix of expectation and unease, and as the first act of the Passover custom, all who met would have their feet washed. 330 more words

Justice