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“Maundy comes from the Latin "Mandatum", more specifically "Mandatum novum do vobis" -- "A New Commandment I give to you", Our Lord's words spoken to His disciples on the eve of His death.”
“When I first heard the word Maundy I thought it meant sad, mournful in a maudlin sort of way.”
“In all German-speaking countries people call Maundy Thursday by this name Grundonnerstag...”
“Green Thursday — In all German-speaking countries people call Maundy Thursday by this name Gründonnerstag.”
“Christians participated in ceremonies to mark Holy Thursday, also called Maundy Thursday, which falls three days before Easter and commemorates the Last Supper.”
“This practice was continued until the reign of James II., and in our own day the Queen presents to a certain number of poor people bags of silver pennies, called Maundy money, which is coined for that special purpose.”
“The holy week rituals start from Thursday, called Maundy Thursday, when the washing of the feet ritual will be held.”
“That would be the same concept." feet washing ritual is often incorporated into Catholic and other Christian ceremonies the Thursday of Holy Week, known as Maundy Thursday or Holy Thursday.”
“THE HOLY day before Good Friday is called Maundy Thursday by some of the orthodox christians,”
“Daily mass and special prayers began on Thursday, known as Maundy Thursday commemorating the Last Supper of Jesus Christ with the Apostles.”
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