LORD’S PASSION AND DEATH

Today marks the day of the Lord’s passion and death. The day commemorates the death of Jesus Christ.
On this day there is no Eucharist (also called breaking of bread, Lord’s Supper or Holy Communion), but what there is is action Liturgica after noon to commemorate the passion and death of Jesus Christ.
Christ appears as the Servant of God, which was announced by the prophets, who is sacrificed for the salvation of the world, the lamb that is sacrificed for our sins and for our acquittal.

Friday holy day of sacrifice that God gave his only begotten son to surrender, to cleanse our sins, the sins of the world, that we may pass to save us, not a day of mourning, sadness, but joy of contemplation of the sacrifice redeemer of which came our salvation, the human salvation.

Christ overcame, was not defeated, defeated by death, before whom he beat humiliated, defeated those who wanted to renounce his father, won, who consumed his offering, frees us and reconciles us to our salvation.

On this day we read the Passion according to St. John.
In various parts of the world is called the prayer of the Via
crossings, which is the way of the cross, which follows the fourteen stations, recalling the steps of Jesus way to his death.
It also occurs in this day and fasting but also not eating red meat, because abstinence is the red meat be of eating the flesh of Christ.

The processions of the Passion of Christ is carried throughout the world.
Men carry the cross, and in some cases such as the Philippines scourge whip, his body feeling what he felt Christ, the cross is the throne of glory and instrument of victory is the element that dominates the entire celebration illuminated by light of Resurrection, is presented for the adoration of the faithful.

In some small towns in Philippines tb men that came to be crucified as it was our Lord in the flesh to feel the pain and felt that the salvation.

PASION Y MUERDE DEL SEÑOR – VIERNES SANTO

Hoy se conmemora el dia de pasion y muerte del Señor. Conmemora el dia de la muerte de Jesucristo.
En este dia no existe la celebracion eucaristica( tambien llamado fraccionamiento del pan,cena del Señor o Santa Cena) sino lo que hay es la accion liturgica despues del medio dia para conmemorar la pasion y la muerte de Jesucristo.

Cristo aparece como el Siervo de Dios, que fue anunciado por los profetas, quien se sacrifica por la salvacion del mundo, el cordero que se sacrifica por nuestros pecados y para nuestra absolucion.

Este viernes santo dia del sacrificio que hizo que Dios entregara a su unigenito hijo, para limpiar nuestros pecados, los pecados el mundo, que lo entrego para que pudieramos salvarnos, no es un dia de llanto, de tristeza, sino de gozo contemplacion del sacrificio redentor del cual llego nuestra salvacion, la salvacion humana.

Cristo vencio, no fue vencido, vencio ante la muerte, vencio ante quienes lo humillaron, vencio ante quienes quisieron que renegara de su padre, vencio, es quien consuma su ofrenda, nos libera y nos reconcilia para nuestra salvacion.

En este dia se lee la Pasion segun San juan.
En varias partes del mundo se realiza el llamado rezo del Via
cruces, que es el camino de la cruz, donde se sigue las catorce estaciones, recordando los pasos de Jesus camino a su muerte.

Tambien se da en este dia el ayuno y sino tambien el no comer carnes rojas, la abstinencia se realiza pq la carne roja implicaria comer la carne de cristo.
Las procesiones de la Pasion de Cristo se llevan a traves de todo el mundo.
Hombres cargan la cruz, y en algunos casos como en Filipinas se flagelan con latigos, sintiendo en su cuerpo lo que sintio Cristo, la cruz es el trono de gloria e instrumento de victoria, es el elememto que domina toda la celebracion iluminada por la luz de la resurrecion, se presenta para la adoracion de los fieles.

En algunas pequeñas ciudades de Filipinas tb hay hombres que se entregan para ser crucificados tal cual lo fue nuestro Señor para sentir en carne propia el dolor y la salvacion que el sintio.

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