Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday at 10am
The public singing of part of the Divine Office, on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday mornings of Holy Week, anticipating Matins and Lauds of Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday. A custom that went back centuries, it acquired the name because of the mourning ritual surrounding the ceremony, which included a triangular stand with fifteen candles. These were put out one by one until, after the last candle was extinguished, a prayer was said in darkness, one candle was lighted, and the assembly dispersed in silence.
Mass of the Last Supper available on-line at 8pm
Stations of the Cross at 12 noon – available on-line
The Lord’s Passion 3pm – available on-line
Veneration of the Cross, open the public 4-7pm
Vigil Mass is on-line from Cork’s Cathedral, click on: https://www.corkcathedral.ie/live-stream/