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Enter into the Triduum with the Viatorians

April 9, 2020

We are approaching the end of Lent and entering into the holiest time in the church: Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday, which lead us to Easter Sunday. While we may not be able to gather together, the Viatorians invite you to celebrate these holy days via Livestream.

To join in the virtual celebration, follow the Livestream on the Saint Viator High School Facebook page or the @ViatorianUSA Instagram profile.

We will begin our Livestream celebration at 7 p.m. on Holy Thursday in the Alumni Memorial Chapel. Fr. Corey Brost, CSV, will preside. At the end of that celebration, there will be the Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament. This is a chance fo you to be in connection with the body of Christ, even though you are not able to receive it at this time.

Following of the Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament on Holy Thursday, we invite you to participate in a Drive-Through Adoration at Saint Viator High School. From 8-10 p.m. we will have the monstrance on display in the northwest corner of the building, in the front parking lot for families to drive up and view from your cars. Please remain in your car to maintain social distancing.

At 3 p.m. on Good Friday, we will Livestream the Stations of the Cross with Fr. Dan Hall, CSV. At the end of the stations, we will focus the camera so viewers can venerate the cross from home.

Finally, at 9 a.m. on Easter Sunday, we will Livestream Easter liturgy from the Province Center Chape. Fr. Dan Hall, CSV, will preside.

Again, to join in any of these virtual celebrations, follow the Livestream on the Saint Viator High School Facebook page or the @ViatorianUSA Instagram profile.

We also invite you to submit your intentions online. Like with the prayer book at the main entrance of the school, Br. John Eustice, CSV, Br. Peter Lamick, CSV, and Fr. Dan Hall, CSV, will include the intentions submitted in their daily chapel prayers.

May this Holy Season be one that’s holy for you and may it also help you to hunger even more for the Eucharist, so that when we reunite, we can fully appreciate the Body and Blood of Christ.