(Vatican Radio) Father David Neuhaus offers Reflections From Jerusalem on Holy Thursday

Posted by Kendall Harmon

Wherever in the world Catholics may be preparing to celebrate Easter, their thoughts and prayers will go to the Holy Land, the land of Christ’s birth. In order to help us enter into this season’s mysteries, what better place to go than to Jerusalem – the city of the Lord’s Passion, death and Resurrection?

Fr. David Neuhaus, the Patriarchal Vicar for Hebrew speaking Catholics there, takes us on Holy Thursday to the cenacle – the room of the Last Supper where the sacrament of the Eucharist was first instituted, and then on to the Garden of Olives...

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