Kendall Harmon’s wealth of Holy Saturday entries (updated for 2015)

It’s worth linking all of these in one place:

From the Morning Scripture Readings

A Prayer for Holy Saturday (I)

An In-between Moment

In the End A Sort of Quietness

Hans Urs von Balthasar on the Truth of Holy Saturday: Only the wound is there

With this death which makes of the dead….dead human beings in all reality

The Transition

(RNS) What did Jesus do on Holy Saturday?

A Prayer for Holy Saturday (II)

Jesus Christ was Buried

Softer Quiet, Stunning Stillness

Eugene Peterson on Holy Saturday

Music for Holy Saturday: Let all mortal flesh keep silence from Somerville College, Oxford’s Choir

Mark Judge: The Day After

Upon our Saviour’s Tomb, wherein never man was laid.

George Weigel on Holy Saturday—The King is Sleeping

A Prayer for Holy Saturday (III)

God knows our dying From the Inside

Joel Garver on the 20th century’s greatest Theologian of Holy Saturday

We Simply Have to Wait

Andy Alexander S.J.: A Reflection for Holy Saturday

The Sound is Rarely Heard

In the silence of this night…we live in the hope of the dawn of the third day

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New Holy Saturday Entries at TitusOneNine for 2015
(CT) A. J. Swoboda—Sitting, Waiting, and Hoping in the Tomb of Jesus
A (Very Famous) ancient homily on Holy Saturday—“there is a great silence on earth today”
Easter Night
From the Morning Bible Readings
More Music for Holy Saturday—John Michael Talbot – ‘Only in God’
THE Holy Scripture Verse for Holy Saturday
The Sound of Perfect Silence
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2 Responses to Kendall Harmon’s wealth of Holy Saturday entries (updated for 2015)

  1. […] addition to the incredible wealth of entries posted by Kendall Harmon at TitusOneNine today, which I’ve listed below, I want to highlight a few other excellent reflections for Holy Saturday which I highly […]

  2. […] Kendall Harmon’s wealth of Holy Saturday entries […]

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