2023 Eastertide at the shrine of Montligeon

31 March 2023

Semaine sainte et Pâques à Montligeon, office de la passion
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For the 2023 Eastertide at the shrine of Montligeon: see detailed schedule below. You are most welcome to come at all times and participate in the celebrations taking place at the shrine, or to connect on our YouTube live broadcasts. Join us and experience the final Lenten days and the exultation of Paschal Joy. Highlights of the Holy Week will be broadcasted LIVE (see details below).

2023 Eastertide schedule of celebrations

From Thursday 6th April 11:00 till Sunday 9th April 2023 16:00.

Palm Sunday

2nd April 2023: 11:00 – High Mass

Maundy Thursday

Thursday 6th April 2023

15:00 – Tuition on the Eucharist
16:00-18:00 – Free time for confessions
18:00 – Mass of the Last Supper [LIVE]
20:30 – Vigil

18:00 – Mass of the Last Supper [LIVE]

Good Friday

Friday 7th Avril 2023

09:00 – Office of the Tenebrae & Lauds
10:30 – Tuition on: the mystery of the cross
15:00 – Way of the Cross [LIVE]
16:00-18:00 – Free time for confessions
18:00 – Office of the Passion of Christ [LIVE]

15:00 – Way of the Cross [LIVE]
18:00 – Office of the Passion of Christ [LIVE]

Holy Saturday

Saturday 8th April 2023

09:00 – Office of the Tenebrae & Lauds
10:30 – Tuition on: The Descent into Hell
12:00 – Praying with Mary at the Tomb [LIVE]
16:00-17:30 – Free time for confessions
19:00 – Vespers
21:00 – Easter Vigil [LIVE]

12:00 noon Praying with Mary at the Tomb [LIVE]
21:00 – Easter Vigil [LIVE]

Easter Sunday

Sunday 9th April 2023

09:00 – Lauds
11:00 – High Mass [LIVE]
14:15 – The Way of the Resurrection
15:00 – Vespers and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament

11:00 – High Mass [LIVE]

As an individual, with relatives or friends, come and celebrate the Passion and the Resurrection of Christ at the shrine.

From Thursday 6th April 11:00 till Sunday 9th April 2023 16:00.
Accommodation and full-board at the Hermitage (shrine main building) or on self-catering basis at the cottages of the shrine (family hamlet compound).

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