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___________ is the week beginning on Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion.
Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday comprise the final days of ___________.
The ___________ is the holiest celebration of the liturgical year.
The Easter Triduum begins on ___________ evening and concludes with the Evening Prayer on Easter Sunday.
The ___________ is God’s Plan for our Salvation through the Passion, Death, Resurrection, and Ascension of Jesus.
Through ___________ and the Anointing of the Sick, Jesus heals us.
When Jesus was being crucified, John was the only Apostle who ___________.
testified against Jesus
hid in a cave
stood at the foot of the cross
made friends with the soldiers
The symbol for John the Apostle is ___________, representing the majesty of his Gospel.
an oak tree
After Jesus’ Resurrection, John traveled with Peter to __________.
preach and heal
write a book
find the Ten Commandments
According to tradition, John lived for about ___________ years after Jesus’ Resurrection.
John is the patron saint of ___________.
___________ questioned Jesus at the request of the Jews but found no fault in him.
The Roman soldiers
___________ was released from prison on the Passover instead of Jesus, even though he was convicted murderer.
___________ mocked Jesus, crucified him, and divided up his garments.
After witnessing Jesus’ death, ___________ remarked that truly he was the Son of God.
___________ is feeling sorrow because of our love for God, rather than because of fear of punishment.
During Holy Week we celebrate God’s great love for us as demonstrated in the ___________ of his Son, Jesus Christ.
___________ denied Jesus three times.
The Sacrament of ___________ calls us to examine our conscience and express sorrow for our sins.
Anointing of the Sick
Penance and Reconciliation
Lent is a time of ______________.
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