You missed the Via Lucis prayer with our Archbishop Christian Lépine and animated by Youth from different groups in the Archdiocese of Montreal ?

Thanks to technology, it is possible to watch it and pray it together. Available as of Sunday, May 3rd at 7pm: https://youtu.be/fHR2JN3hv7I

What is the Via Lucis?

You may have prayed the stations of the cross during Lent. Did you know that there is the stations of the Light for the Easter season? The VIA LUCIS is the Way of the light, inviting us to meditate on 14 stations of the resurrection with scripture. It starts with the empty tomb, and journeys towards the Holy Spirit descending on Pentecost! “And as the Way of the Cross has been planned with the company of Mary, full of sorrow because of her Suffering Son, so along the Way of the Light it’s Mary who continues to accompany us, Mother who rejoices in the resurrection of her Son.” (vialucis.org)

Why?

Easter is not just one day in the calendar, but a season of joy and hope that lasts not 40, but 50 days! It is a time of joy and celebration of Christ who gave his life for us, and overcame death in the resurrection.

Thanks to the youth of the Mission Jeunesse Network:

Recorded on April 30, 2020 at 7pm LIVE

  • Bande Foi et Mission / Saint Jean-Baptiste
  • CCO / Concordia U. Catholic Students’ Association
  • Centre Étudiant Benoît Lacroix
  • Montreal Challenge Movement
  • Chemin Néocatéchuménal
  • Chemin Neuf
  • Couples for Christ – Youth
  • Holy Name of Jesus
  • Jésus Lumière du Monde / Jesus Light of the World
  • Juventud Claretiana – Mission Guadalupe
  • Mary Queen of Peace
  • Mission-Notre-Dame-d’Afrique
  • Mouvement Eucharistique des Jeunes Vietnamiens
  • Notre Dame des Philippines (FCMM)
  • Our Lady of Deliverance
  • St. Benoît (La Source)
  • St. Élie Grecque Melkite
  • St. Kevin
  • St. Luc / St. Luke
  • Sainte Marguerite d’Youville

The texts have been inspired by the following sources:

  • Mission Jeunesse Service Team
  • Drawings, meditations and prayers by young people
  • vialucis.org
  • catholicnewsagency.com

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