first_imgWhatsApp SharePrint <a href=’http://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/ck.php?n=ab2c8853&amp;cb={random}’ target=’_blank’><img src=’https://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=97&amp;cb={random}&amp;n=ab2c8853&amp;ct0={clickurl_enc}’ border=’0′ alt=” /></a>center_img Credit: church.mt/photosCredit: church.mt/photos Updated – 20.39Archbishop Charles Scicluna is leading Catholics in the celebration of the Way of the Cross that is being organised by the Archdiocese of Malta. Auxiliary bishop Joseph Galea-Curmi is accompanying the Archbishop.The Way of the Cross began near the monument of Christ the King in Floriana and proceeded towards St John’s Co-Cathedral.The commentary  is an adaptation of the Via Sacra that was led by Pope Francis at the Colosseum on Good Friday in 2018.At the end of the Via Sacra, the Archbishop will bless the congregation with the relic of the Holy Cross, which is one of the most significant relics left to us by the knights of the order of St. John.Credit: church.mt/photosArchbishop Charles Scicluna is inviting all Catholics to participate in the Holy Week activities that commemorate the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.On Maundy Thursday, the Archbishop will be co-celebrating mass with diocesan and ordained priests that will renew the vows that they made on the day of their ordination at 9.15 am.At 6pm of the same day, there will be a mass in solemn remembrance of the last supper during which the Archbishop will also perform the ceremony of the washing of the feet. Following mass, the Archbishop will place the Holy Sacrament for worship.On Easter Sunday, the Archbishop will then celebrate mass at 10.30am.Archbishop Scicluna will lead Via Sacra this eveningArchbishop Charles Scicluna will be leading the Diocesan Via Sacra in Floriana on Wednesday.In a press release the Archdiocese of Malta said that the Via Sacra will be co-lead by Archbishop Emeritus Pawlu Cremona and Auxiliary bishop Joseph Galea-Curmi.The Via Sacra will start at 7pm. It will start from the statue of Christ the King and end at St. John’s co-Cathedral in Valletta.The literature that will be read is an adaptation of the Via Sacra that was led by Pope Francis at the Colosseum on Good Friday in 2018.At the end of the Via Sacra, the Archbishop will bless the congregation with the relic of the Holy Cross, which is one of the most significant relics left to us by the knights of the order of St. John.Archbishop Charles Scicluna is inviting all Catholics to participate in the Holy Week activities that commemorate the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.On Maundy Thursday, the Archbishop will be co-celebrating mass with diocesan and ordained priests that will renew the vows that they made on the day of their ordination at 9.15 am.At 6pm of the same day, there will be a mass in solemn remembrance of the last supper during which the Archbishop will also perform the ceremony of the washing of the feet. Following mass, the Archbishop will place the Holy Sacrament for worship.On Easter Sunday, the Archbishop will then celebrate mass at 10.30am.last_img

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