Translation of Holy Week in Spanish:

Holy Week

Semana Santa, n.

noun

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    Semana Santa feminine
    • The parish priest Fr Robinson thanked all who attended the Holy Week and Easter ceremonies.
    • The evening is open to all who wish to reflect and prepare for Holy Week and Easter through reflection, Eucharist and Reconciliation.
    • Christians in many traditions speak of Thursday in Holy Week as Maundy Thursday.
    • The unveiling of the statue of Jesus is part of the practices of piety leading up to the Holy Week which culminates in the recollection of the passion and death of Jesus and the celebrations of Easter.
    • The experience of the preparation for Easter during Lent and Holy Week only serves to heighten the experience of Easter Day itself.
    • Holidays such as Christmas, Holy Week before Easter, and Carnival before Lent are occasions for special food.
    • We thought of that comment during Holy Week this year when we reread two passages in the Gospel of John.
    • This time of year the main Catholic and Protestant Churches in Ireland and throughout the world refer to this time as Holy Week or Easter.
    • They all can be used to teach about Holy Week and Easter.
    • Starting with Palm Sunday, Holy Week is the seven days leading up to Easter, the central holiday in Christianity.
    • Over the Easter period and Holy Week it was obvious that more people than ever attended the ceremonies.
    • During Holy Week these people showed their great respect for their religion by assisting at all the ceremonies
    • Lent and Holy Week are times to reflect upon the meaning of Jesus' suffering and death and to turn anew toward God.
    • The ceremonies associated with Holy Week began on Palm Sunday with the blessing and distribution of palms.
    • At this time of year, during Holy Week and Easter, thoughts turn to the matter of suffering and death.
    • During Holy Week we were tightly focused on one person and one mission, Jesus and the cross.
    • I hope you had a blessed Holy Week and a joyous Easter.
    • During Holy Week there are processions through the streets carrying portrayals of the passion of Jesus.
    • Penitents were solemnly restored in Holy Week, in the presence of the assembled faithful, in preparation for Easter communion.