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Definition of the noun Triduum

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noun - plural: triduums

  1. A period of three days (especially in Roman Catholic liturgy).


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Triduum: A triduum is a religious observance lasting three days.

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Google previewGuide for Celebrating® Holy Week and the Triduum (2016)

by Corinna Laughlin, Kristopher Seaman, Stephen Palanca

The Triduum is a time when all the parish music groups should come together as a unified body. Splitting the liturgies among various ensembles is not a good idea . Different ensembles might sing alone during a particular liturgy but, for the ...

Google previewTo Crown the Year (2015)

Decorating the Church through the Seasons, Second Edition by Peter Mazar

The Sacred Paschal Triduum is its jewel. As the word signifies, the Triduum is a three-day observance. Lent is a preparation ...

Google previewLanguage and Religious Identity (2007)

Women in Discourse by A. Jule

Triduum is a term used by some Christian churches, particularly the Roman Catholic Church, to denote, collectively, the last three days before Easter Sunday ( 5. A Breviary is a liturgical book containing the public or ...

Google previewSeasons and Feasts of the Church Year (2004)

An Introduction by Michael D. Whalen

The paschal triduum is an eschatological celebration. The triduum looks toward the Second Coming of Christ. This eschatological dimension is particularly properto the vigil celebration. The CLEF states that “the full meaning of vigil is a waiting ...

Google previewMoments & Days (2016)

How Our Holy Celebrations Shape Our Faith by Michelle Van Loon

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.

Google previewWeekly Prayer for Music Ministers 2014 (2013)

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 ...

Google previewSourcebook for Sundays, Seasons, and Weekdays 2017: The Almanac for Pastoral Liturgy

by Leisa Anslinger

Although the Triduum is a month away, begin to discuss (with the pastor, parish staff members, and the liturgy committee) how you will actively work to invite parishioners to the celebrations of Holy Week. If you wish for more people to attend ...

Google previewBreaking Open the Word of God (1988)

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 ...

Google previewAn Introductory Dictionary of Theology and Religious Studies (2007)

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 ...

Google previewCatholic Dictionary, Revised (2002)

by Peter Stravinskas

Triduum (TRIHdööøøm): (Latin tres: three + dies: day[s]) A threeday period set aside for special prayer and devotion in relation to some solemnity or feast. A triduum can be observed publicly or privately, and may also be kept for the purpose of ...

Google previewDictionary of European Proverbs (2012)

by Emanuel Strauss

quin ubi triduum continuum iam odiosius sit hospitis, mulieris, pluviae post triduum nequando est hospitis, mulieris, pluviae post triduum est post tres dies vilescit et hospes post tres saepe dies vilescit et hospes quatreduanus est, iam foetet ...

Google previewThe 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 ...

Google previewA Concise Dictionary of Theology

by by Gerald O’Collins, SJ, and Edward G. Farrugia, SJ

See Christmas; Easter Triduum; Liturgy; Liturgy of the Hours; Old Believers; Pentecost; Sunday; Twelve Feasts, The. Calvinism. That branch of Protestantism ...

Google previewCatholic Dictionary (2013)

An Abridged and Updated Edition of Modern Catholic Dictionary by John A. 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, ...

Google previewNelson's Dictionary of Christianity (2001)

The Authoritative Resource on the Christian World by George Kurian

Trecanum trefoil trendle Trent, Council of trental Triad triadikon triangle Tribulation, Great trichora trichotomy Tridentine Triduum Triduum Sacrum Trier triforium trikerion Trinitarian trinitarian formula Trinitarians Trinitarians Trinity Trinity College ...

Google previewAnglican Young People's Dictionary (2004)

by June 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.

Google previewThe Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)

An International Work of Reference on the Constitution, Doctrine, Discipline, and History of the Catholic Church by Charles George Herbermann

Triduum (three days), a time frequently chosen for prayer or for other devout practices, whether by individuals in private, or in public by congregations or special organizations in parishes, in religious communities, seminaries, or schools.

Google previewA Dictionary of Hiberno-English (2004)

The Irish Use of English by T. P. Dolan

triduum /'tndsuam/ n., a series of special prayers or private devotions, or a RETREAT, over a period of three days, usually in preparation for a feast-day, e.g. the three concluding days of Holy Week (before Easter) < L triduum, ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: Dictionary (1904)

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.

Google previewNew SCM Dictionary of Liturgy and Worship (2013)

by Paul F. Bradshaw

In later centuries, when the Easter vigil came to be celebrated during Holy Saturday, the Triduum was thought of as comprising *Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday. At first the calculation of when Easter should fall was made by ...

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