Holy Week Christian Observances

Catholic and Protestant Services on Campus

Holy Week Christian Observances on Campus Catholic and Protestant

This past Sunday, March 20, was Palm Sunday, which is the first day of "Holy Week," the highpoint of the Christian year. In both Catholic and Protestant church traditions, Holy Week is the time Christian's remember Jesus' arrest, trial, crucifixion, death, burial, and resurrection. Holy Week worship services contain various seasonal elements that differ from the rest of the year.

The Nazareth Catholic and Protestant communities will celebrate the following services during Holy Week in Linehan Chapel. All are welcome!

Thursday, March 24 - Holy Thursday
8:00pm- Catholic Mass of the Lord's Supper

Friday, March 25 - Good Friday
12:30pm- Liturgy of the Lord's Passion
The chapel is open all day for private prayer.

Sunday, March 27 - Easter Sunday

7:00pm- Catholic Mass
8:30pm- Protestant Worship

For more information please contact:
Rev. Nadia Mullin, M.Div. , Protestant Chaplain

Jamie R. Fazio, M.Div, Catholic Chaplain

Undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff of any faith tradition (or none) are welcome at all religious observances at Nazareth College.