Easter Vigil in the Holy Night
The Easter Vigil is celebrated on the night before Easter Sunday. It’s an ancient liturgy full of rich tradition.
“On this holy night, the Church keeps watch, celebrating the resurrection of Christ in the sacraments and awaiting his return in glory. It is the turning point of the Triduum, the Passover of the new covenant, which marks Christ’s passage from death to life. Therefore, the Easter Vigil does not correspond to the usual Saturday evening Mass and its character is unique in the cycle of the liturgical year.” ~Introduction to the Easter Vigil, USCCB
To learn more about the Easter Vigil, read Here’s a step-by-step guide to the Easter Vigil from Aleteia.
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