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This Wednesday of Holy Week Daryl Moresco OCarm will lead us in exploring what exactly is the meaning of the triduum and how it relates to Easter and our own lives. Note: THIS SESSION WILL BE ONE HOUR

The Easter Triduum is considered the most solemn event of the liturgical year. “Though chronologically three days, they are liturgically one day unfolding for us the unity of Christ’s Paschal Mystery (USCCB) .”  It is the culmination of our journey through Lent which then lead us into Holy Week and the Easter Triduum. Preparing to celebrate this sacred event as fully as possible from a Carmelite perspective means entering into these three days as fully as possible as the mystery of Christ’s saving action unfolds for us. Each liturgical celebration of the Sacred Triduum is rich in symbolism and ritual calling us to participate more fully and profoundly in this one liturgical event.. The zoom link is.


Meeting ID: 843 9359 0639
Passcode: 038757

About the presenter: Br Daryl Moresco, OCarm is the Managing Director of the Center for Carmelite Studies in Washington, DC. Prior to this, Br Daryl served as Novice Director for the Province of the Most Pure Heart of Mary from 2017- 2020 and Director of Pre-Novitiate Formation from 2007-2017. In 2003, he graduated from the Washington Theological Union with a Certificate in Carmelite Studies and an M.A. in Pastoral Studies. Br Daryl was born in Melbourne Australia and went to the U.S. to study Carmelite Spirituality in 2001. Daryl remains there as a U.S. citizen and member of the Carmelite Province of the Pure Heart of Mary.

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The Carmelite Conversations will continue in 2023 on the first Wednesday of the month from 10.30 am to 12.00pm. All are welcome to join for a particular session or regularly. More details will be given about each of these session closer to the event.

 The program so far is below.

1st March – Philip Harvey on Blessed Baptist Spagnoli of Mantua OCarm
5th April – Daryl Moresco OCarm on Preparing for the Easter Triduum in a Carmelite Way
3rd May – Will Day on Thich Nhat Hanh and Christian/Carmelite Spirituality
7th June
5th July – Paul Cahill OCarm on A feast of Carmelite Feasts in July
2nd August – Chris Morris on The Breath in Prayer and Meditation
6th September – Denis Andrew OCarm on The interface between faith, science, religion and spirituality.
4th October – Paul Sireh OCarm on Silence as Language of Prayer.
1st November
6th December – Paul Maunder OCD on The Science of the Cross: Insights of Edith Stein into John of the Cross


Bookings are closed for this event.