Definition of the noun triduum
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noun - plural: triduums
- A period of three days (especially in Roman Catholic liturgy).
"Triduum" is a book by Susan Walker.
Triduum: A triduum is a religious observance lasting three days.
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by Denise La Giglia
The Roman Missal Triduum means the “ Three Days.” For the Jewish people, Passover celebrates the great event when God delivered the people of Israel from slavery. The followers of Jesus proclaim that ...
Forming Spirituality through the Christian Year by Robert E. Webber
The Great Triduum is a time to enter death. Easter is a time to express the resurrected life. After Pentecost is a time to study and evangelize.
Resources for Using the Lectionary for Catechesis in the RCIA Cycle C by Karan Hinman Powell, Joseph P. Sinwell
The Easter triduum is a transitional period. It can be viewed as the conclusion of Lent, but it is also the introduction to the season of Easter and its seven Sundays of Easter, together with the feast of the Ascension and Pentecost Sunday. Most of ...
To Crown the Year (1995)
Decorating the Church Through the Seasons by Peter Mazar
The Paschal Triduum is its jewel. As the word signifies, the Triduum is a three-day observance. Lent is a preparation for it.
by Charles Bobertz, Mary A. Ehle, Claire Gilligan, Joseph DeGrocco, Genevieve Glen, OSB, Julie M. Krakora, Graziano Marcheschi, Biagio Mazza, Jo-Ann Metzdorff, Mary M. McGlone, CSJ, Jill Maria Murdy, Michael R. Prendergast, Jakob K. Rinderknecht, Paul Turner, D. Todd Williamson, Trish Sullivan Vanni
Dismissal for Catechumens and Elect The Holy Triduum is a single extended feast that incorporates us into the events of Christ's Death and Resurrection. The mystery of salvation becomes less mysterious when we live it by entering the tomb ...
The Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)
An International Work of Reference on the Constitution, Doctrine, Discipline, and History of the Catholic Church by Charles George Herbermann, Edward Aloysius Pace, Condé Bénoist Pallen, Thomas Joseph Shahan, John Joseph Wynne
It is entitled "Solid Virtue: A Triduum and Spiritual Conferences". The Triduum is an abridgment of Bellecius's larger work on "Solid Virtue" ...
by Orlando O. Espín, James B. Nickoloff
EASTER TRIDUUM The Easter Triduum, also known as Trid- uum Sanctum and considered by Christians to be the three most solemn days of the year, celebrates the whole paschal mystery of Jesus. Originally, the sense of the three days was ...
The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1911)
triduum, a space of three days: see triduan.] 1. Aspaceof three days. — 2. in the Rom. Cath. Ch., prayers for the space of three days as a preparation for keeping a saint's day, or for obtaining some favor of God by means of the prayers ...
A Work of Universal Reference in All Departments of Knowledge, with a New Atlas of the World by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith
triduum, a space of three days, prop. neut. adj. (sc. spati- um, s ace) ...
by Emanuel Strauss
potest, quin ubi triduum ...
by William Dwight Whitney
triduum, a space of three days, prop. neut. adj. (se. spatium, s ace), ( tres (tri-), three, + dies, a day : see dial. Lasting three days, or happening every third day. [Rare.] triduo (trid'u-o), n. [Sp. trirluo = It.
Catholic Dictionary (2013)
An Abridged and Updated Edition of Modern Catholic Dictionary by John Hardon
TRIDUUM 509 and wine do not inhere in any subject or substance whatever. Yet they are not make-believe; they are sustained in existence by divine power. ( Etym. Latin trans-, so as to change + substantia, substance: transubstantiatio, ...
by Gerald O'Collins, Edward G. Farrugia
See Christmas; Easter Triduum; Liturgy; Liturgy of the Hours; Old Believers; Pentecost; Sunday; Twelve Feasts, The.
by June A. English
Triduum is Latin for "three days of prayer." In the Anglican Church, it usually refers to the three days before Easter: Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and the Easter Vigil. Unction This term comes from the Latin word meaning "to anoint.
A Dictionary of Law (1891)
Containing Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American and English Jurisprudence, Ancient and Modern : Including the Principal Terms of International, Constitutional, and Commercial Law : with a Collection of Legal Maxims and Numerous Select Titles from the Civil Law and Other Foreign Systems by Henry Campbell Black
INFRA TRIDUUM INHERETRIX INFRA TRIDUUM. Within three days. Formal words.
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