The Easter Triduum consists of the most important of days celebrated throughout the whole liturgical year of the Church. The word Triduum is a Latin word, meaning “three days”. The Triduum starts on the evening of Maundy Thursday, it continues on Good Friday, it reaches its climax on Saturday evening, with the Easter Vigil and ends with the last liturgical prayer recited on Easter Sunday. During these important days, we do not only renew the memory of the Lord’s passion, death and resurrection. Through the sacraments and the liturgy celebrated, Christ himself enables us to partake with him and pass through death so that we may gain new life with Him. Unfortunately, this year, we do not have the possibility to celebrate the Triduum with our community gathered in our dear places of worship. Nonetheless, as families, we should try to find some quality time to pray together. Hereunder, you should find some practical instructions that will help you plan some activities for your children. We are making these instructions available now, so that one may find ample time to plan the activities ahead.