Uum? Triduum About this Life Night This Life Night is broken up into three different parts—Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday. Each part will have a structure of a shorter Life Night. Instead of the normal 75 minutes, this night is written to last about 90 minutes. The atmosphere for this night should remain quiet, prayerful and reflective. The night begins with Holy Thursday in a small room. After a Scripture reflection, the teaching will help the teens understand what the Triduum is and how Holy Thursday celebrates the institution of both the Eucharist and the priesthood. The teens will move into short a time of Eucharistic Adoration to give thanks for these gifts. After Adoration the teens will move into the Good Friday environment where they will start with a Scripture reflection about the Passion and death of Jesus. The teaching helps the teens understand the free gift of salvation won for them on the cross. After the teaching, the teens will have a time of veneration of the cross. After they venerate the cross, the teens will move into the Holy Saturday environment. After a scripture reflection, the teaching will focus on what it means to wait in hope. The night will end with a time of individual, silent prayer and reflection. Goal of This Night Catechism # 1168 - 1169 # 599 - 618 # 624 - 628 # 1337 - 1344 Scripture Matthew 26: Matthew 27:57 -61 Mark 14: Luke : John : 1 Corinthians 11:22 -34 Key Concepts End of Free Preview Thanks for reviewing this Life Night! If you would like the full version of this resource please sign in. If you are signed in and still can't download this resource, please contact parish support in the chat below.