Meditation for Holy Saturday

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Holy Saturday

Some might regard the Saturday in Holy Week as not very important.

A day of insignificance sandwiched between two great events.

But there's something crucial about this gap.

Indeed, there's something vital about all gaps...

We encourage you to reflect on the significance of Holy Saturday by taking time to be still and use the Meditation or the Simple Liturgy to focus your thoughts on the day of watching and waiting....

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