Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord – 10 April 2022
The season of Lent is a time of spiritual preparation for Easter. On this Sunday, Christians observe the season of Lent, which lasts until Easter Sunday. Some people think of Lent as a time to give up something they’re not partial to. But, as the name suggests, the season of Lent is really a time to prepare for the coming of Easter.
Lent is a special time of the year that focuses on the season of the Holy Week. It is known as the “Lenten season” or “Lent”. The season of Lent is a period of 40 days from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday. It is a time for Christians to focus on their faith and prepare for the season of Easter.
The season of Lent is one of the four great liturgical seasons of the Church year. The others are Advent, Christmas, and Holy Week. The Church observes these periods in order to emphasize certain lessons or themes for that time of the year.
Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent. It is the beginning of the period of fasting, repentance, and prayer that lasts until Easter Sunday. The season of Lent is a good time to look at our relationship with God and to improve it.
In fact, the season of Lent is a time of self-examination and repentance. The season of Lent is a time to review our relationship with God. We can pray and reflect on how we are serving God, how we are relating with.
The Sunday before Easter is known as Palm Sunday. This Sunday is so significant because it signifies that Jesus has now entered Jerusalem and fulfilled His mission. The events of this Sunday are the climax of the Good Shepherd parable Jesus told and His last public ministry as the Messiah.
In the Palm Sunday narrative, Jesus is riding into Jerusalem on a donkey. The crowds are excited to see Jesus. They line the path to welcome Him. The religious leaders, however, are outraged by Jesus’s mockery of the temple ritual.
They try to destroy Jesus and the mission He has come to offer. The crowds, however, witness Jesus’s innocence and sincerity. Jesus rides into His final week of public ministry. This story of the Good Shepherd is now coming to a close.