THE HOLY FEET, THE HOLY TABLE AND THE HOLY PRIESTHOOD: A HOLY THURSDAY REFLECTION. Rev. Fr. Boniface Nkem Anusiem PhD

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Whilst having a discussion with some people, someone in the group mentioned that a certain event would commence on “Holy Monday” and end on “Holy Wednesday”. The other people in the group looked surprised and actually laughed out loud and wondering why the person could use such unconventional denotations to represent such days in the Holy week that are not familiar. The person stood his ground and argued that since it is Holy Week, all the days should be “Holy” not just Thursday and Saturday. There appears to be sense in that actually.

Today is one of those days in the year that we call “HOLY”. It is known as Holy Thursday as well as Maundy Thursday. The holiness of this Thursday comes from the sacred nature of the events that form the framework of today’s celebration and which will launch us into the passion of our Lord, his death…

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