Search ResultsUnimaginable Words This Maundy Thursday or Good Friday service is patterned after tenebrae, a service of shadows or darkness. The theme is the disciple Peter's reflections on his "unimaginable words" denying Christ and his beginning to heal afterwards.
The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear?PD
O love that casts out fearPD
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