Poems for Holy Week

The poems in each section below are in somewhat random order.  I’ll probably work to reorganize them soon.  But in the meantime, here’s a good list of poesm for Holy Week (generally), Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday and Holy Saturday.  I’m posting a separate compilation of poems for Good Friday.

Note: for any of the entries from the Rev’d Patrick Comerford’s blog, you generally have to scroll down within the entry to find the poem, as each of his Lenten Poetry series also included background about the poet and reflection on the themes of the poem.

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1. General poems on Holy Week & Christ’s Passion

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2. Palm Sunday:

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 3. Maundy Thursday:

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 4. Good Friday: 

See our separate compilation of Good Friday poems, here.

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5. Holy Saturday:

 

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See also our compilation of poems for Good Friday, as well as our more general post with poems for Lent and links to sites featuring liturgically-themed poetry.

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9 Responses to Poems for Holy Week

  1. […] The poems below are in somewhat random order.  I’ll probably work to reorganize them soon.  But in the meantime, here’s a good list of poems for Good Friday.  I’ve also created a separate compilation of poems for Holy Week. […]

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  5. […] visiting L&B looking for Lent poems.  Last year I posted a compilation of some Lent poems, a compilation of Holy Week poems,  Good Friday poems, and Easter poems.  All four compilations are somewhat rough, and I need to […]

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