Meditations for Holy Week: Wednesday

“See, you lowly ones, and be glad; you who seek God, may your hearts revive!” (Psalm 69:33).

As we reach the middle of our Holy Week our waiting turns to anticipation. Spending a little time in prayer each day has helped us to identify some of our weakness and times we need to turn quickly to Christ for help. If you have not gone already during Lent, today may be your last chance to go to Confession. Most churches do not have times available once the Triduum begins. If you can’t find a time for Reconciliation, or if you can’t fit it into your schedule, spend some of your daily prayer time doing an examination of conscience. If you are in the habit of praying The Liturgy of the Hours the examination is a natural part of Night Prayer.

As we reflect on today’s readings, especially Isaiah’s words foretelling Our Lord’s suffering, let us seek forgiveness for times we have caused others to suffer.

About Gretchen

Gretchen is a recent convert and completely in love with the Catholic faith. She is very active in her parish and has recently joined the Lay Dominicans. She holds an M.A. in Christian Apologetics & currently works on copywriting, marketing, and social media for The Catholic Company.
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One Response to Meditations for Holy Week: Wednesday

  1. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Bates (Kelley) says:

    I am putting all hesitations aside and doing what I can to help my neighbor’s. I will show nothing but love for God now and always and try to lead as many as I can to his grace and mercy. HAPPY EASTER~MAY GOD BE WITH YOU ALWAYS~

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