Liturgical Prayers

Selection of beautiful liturgical prayers from the Church’s Tradition

Holy Week

Snapshots from Maundy Thursday and Good Friday

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  In preparation for the Easter Liturgy – the Highest Liturgy of the whole liturgical year, a catechesis on the symbols used will be held on Friday 7th April at 7pm.  Understanding the symbols used  during Holy Week and Easter Vigil is key to understanding the whole Mystery of Easter. All are welcome.

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All Saints

Talba tal-Qaddisin Kollha   Rit:     Glorja lilek,  Qaddis Alla.   Mulej, int sejjaht lil bniedem,  ghall-hbiberija mieghek. Gerusalem tas-sema tifrah illum fil-komunjoni ta’ hbiebek.   Il-harsa tieghek tinfed l-abbissi, inti taf il-qalb ta’ kull bniedem. Hares lejna u igbidna b’imhabbtek.   Inti tahfer id-dnub, u taghti l-grazzja tieghek Fi hdanek il-qaddisin jsibu l-paci ta’ qalbhom. […]

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Prayer for the Blessing of the Water

‘We were therefore buried with him through baptism into death in order that, just as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father, we too may live a new life’ Rm 6,4 Since the beginning of Christianity, baptism has been a sacrament of the utmost importance. Although many of us have been baptized […]

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‘The Lord’s Descent into the depths of the Earth’

The first in the series of Liturgical Prayers which we are posting is an excerpt from a very old homily, whose author is unknown, which is read on Holy Saturday morning, the day of silence where the Church watches, prays and faithfully awaits for the Resurrection of the Lord, the gift of new life which […]

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