Celebrating Holy Thursday


Each year, Jews around the world celebrate a festival called Passover where they remember their ancestors’ Exodus from Egypt and freedom from slavery. For Christians, the Passover takes on added meaning as we recall not only the Israelites’ Exodus from slavery but also our freedom in Christ. Jesus is the fulfillment of God’s promise—the Lamb of God who takes away our sins, and it was during His last celebration of the Passover meal (the Last Supper) that Jesus instituted the Eucharist.

We have detailed directions for celebrating the Last Supper with your family.  Click over here for a printable booklet,  available in both English and Spanish.  (Links are near the bottom of the page.)

And this is also a good time to remind you that we have almost 9 years of posts in our archives.  There are literally hundreds of suggestions for bring the Faith to your family life!  Use the “search” feature or the tags to search topic that may be of interest.

Explore posts in the same categories: Parent's Perspective, Sue's Suggestions


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