Observance of the Christian Passion

Catholic Church are continuing their observance of the Christian Passion today, Holy Saturday, and Easter Sunday.

A woman carrying a cross...Photo Jeromy Kadewere
A woman carrying a cross…Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Suffering with Jesus during way of the cross...Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Suffering with Jesus during way of the cross…Photo Jeromy Kadewere
On the procession to Gologota...Photo Jeromy Kadewere
On the procession to Gologota…Photo Jeromy Kadewere
At St Peter and Paul parish...Photo Jeromy Kadewere
At St Peter and Paul parish…Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Fr George Kaliati, the parish priest of St Pius led the way of the cross...Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Fr George Kaliati, the parish priest of St Pius led the way of the cross…Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Participating during the way of the cross...Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Participating during the way of the cross…Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Thousands of Catholics from St Peter and Paul Parish in conjunction with St Pius Parish in Blantyre started the long holy weekend of Easter with walking pilgrimage of the annual “Way of the Cross” Good Friday procession, the day Jesus Christ was crucified and nailed on the cross.

The day is part of Easter celebrations when Christians celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus. Christians recall the day when Jesus of Nazareth was crucified in about 33 A.D. in Jerusalem.

Members of congregation carried the wooden across 15 Stations of the Cross.  The walk began from St Pius and ended at St Peter and Paul parish in Chirombwe.

In his sermon, Fr George Kaliati said Good Friday is a “day of fast, penance and sacrifice” after a Lenton period.

Fr Kaliati said “Jesus gave his life to save the mankind from sin and misery.”

Also in attendance was St Peter and Paul Parish priest Fr Peter Phiri.

Catholic and Protestant churches will celebrate Easter, commemorating the Resurrection of Jesus, on Sunday.

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nadimba
nadimba
5 years ago

iwe chibweya, anakuletsani ndani kuchita dramatise.?mind your own business.am proud tb acatholic.”the universal church”

chibweya joe
chibweya joe
5 years ago

This period is observed by many christians. Not only Catholics. May be if you said the observation is dramatised by them I will agree with you

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