from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the last week but one in Lent, or the second week preceding Easter.
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- n. the week before Easter
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Thus we kept up our hopes, and did not abate of our vigilance; and as the 7th of March was Sunday, the beginning of Passion Week, which is observed by the
On the Thursday of Passion Week "_Strashnaya Nedelli_," _i. e.
The Tuesday of Passion Week was occupied by the wonderful discourses which have furnished so many of our meditations.
This the first day of Passion Week; and this text is the key-note of
So let's take a walk through Passion Week and use its iconography for real healing.
The Week before Easter, which is called the Ordeal or Passion Week, is the week when the religious service is held in all the Orthodox churches every evening.
Not all of us may have come to the Friday of Passion Week; but it lies in our life-path.
Sticheron Idiomelon from Vespers on Friday of Passion Week
A solemn funeral ceremony took place: every respectable person received a great wax taper to carry in the procession: the coffin after being carried all round was deposited in the church: the people dispersed; and the great day of Passion Week was brought to a close. "
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