In the Liturgy of the Hours, the Church prays almost all of the 150 Psalms at least once in a four-week pattern. But some Psalms are prayed more frequently than others. Why is that? Learn about some of these “most favored” Psalms. Learn why these particular Psalms are privileged by the Church. You may want to pray them too.
This Bible study, beginning in The University Series, and continuing in the following months, will do a close study of the text, always asking, “How can we apply the teachings of this Gospel to our lives?” Bring your bibles, an open and inquisitive mind, your love for God, and your willingness to encounter Jesus. (5 part series) Come to one night, or come to all! Part 1
This Bible study, beginning in The University Series, and continuing in the following months, will do a close study of the text, always asking, “How can we apply the teachings of this Gospel to our lives?” Bring your bibles, an open and inquisitive mind, your love for God, and your willingness to encounter Jesus. (5 part series) Come to one night, or come to all! Part 2
This Bible study, beginning in The University Series, and continuing in the following months, will do a close study of the text, always asking, “How can we apply the teachings of this Gospel to our lives?” Bring your bibles, an open and inquisitive mind, your love for God, and your willingness to encounter Jesus. (5 part series) Come to one night, or come to all! Part 4
This Bible study, beginning in The University Series, and continuing in the following months, will do a close study of the text, always asking, “How can we apply the teachings of this Gospel to our lives?” Bring your bibles, an open and inquisitive mind, your love for God, and your willingness to encounter Jesus. (5 part series) Come to one night, or come to all! Part 5
The Psalms express a range of human experience through rich poetry that invites a deeper relationship with God. In this presentation you will have the opportunity to reflect on the worship of ancient Israel and to reflect on your own prayer today in the Church.
The Bible is big and often daunting. Sometimes you can’t seem to find the forest for the trees. What if there were a way to explain the Bible in one simple session? In one evening, get the big picture of the greatest book on earth.
When most people read or hear the parable of the “Prodigal Son,” they believe they are receiving the message of the importance of forgiveness. Even though forgiveness is an essential (some may even argue quintessential) Christian dynamic, current New Testament scholarship demonstrates quite profoundly that the parable of “the Lost Son” is more about who counts …and who is doing the counting.
Isn’t calling priests “father” contrary to what Jesus says in Matthew 23:9? Doesn’t praying the rosary violate Jesus’ commands in Matt 6:7? Are fundamentalists correct when they accuse Catholics of ignoring or changing the Bible? This session will explain how such Catholic practices are not contrary to the Bible, if it is interpreted correctly.
In Matthew 5:48, Jesus says “Be perfect, just as your heavenly Father is perfect.” But is that even possible for us? Aren’t we all sinful, fallible, imperfect human beings? Or did Jesus mean something different than we might think? This course will explore what Jesus actually said in some commonly misinterpreted passages of Matthew’s Gospel.
See the Garden of Eden through Jewish eyes! Find out why there are two stories of creation: which of the characters speak the whole truth: what exactly was the bone from which the woman was made: the clear and surprising reason that Adam and Eve were expelled: and whether the act of eating the fruit was really a sin or whether God set them up for an important, divine purpose.
Al querer leer la Biblia puede haber frustración al no saber cómo o por dónde empezar o por el temor a interpretarla mal. En este taller aprenderemos como identificar una Biblia católica y como encontrar una cita. Aprenderemos a leerla como una oración y un recorrido de nuestra historia de salvación. Por favor traiga una Biblia.
Years ago, people with different opinions were friends, shared meals, and even married each other! Today, our nation is deeply polarized, reaching into our parishes and families. Is our faith one of those polarizing forces? Or does our doctrine on human dignity have the power to bring us back together?
How do we express our love to our neighbors? How do we demonstrate our concerns in practical terms? What programs or activities does each faith foster? Can we do more together than separately? How can we reach out to one another to have the greatest impact? How and why should we share with other faiths? Come find out from an interfaith panel.
We are Republicans and Democrats, Independents and unaffiliated. But our most intimate identity is our membership in the Body of Christ. Why do Catholics vote and how do we vote as Catholics? Learn how you can vote conscientiously as a person of faith.
After last year’s youth synod, Pope Francis wrote “You are the ‘NOW’ of God.” What does this mean? What highlights should we understand? What are youth and young adults to do in the world and in our church? How do we support them? Learn about this pivotal event.
In February 2019 Pope Francis and Ahmed el-Tayeb, the Sunni Muslim Iman of Al Ashar University, signed a joint document entitled “Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together.” Why is this document so important, what does it entail, and how does it impact you here in your neighborhood?
Learn how the elements of video games actually prepare gamers to have a richer and more historically appropriate approach to Old Testament texts. See examples where gamers experience stories like ancient audiences did. This talk will challenge certain devotional approaches to biblical texts and address why some young adults are leaving organized religion. See video games in a new light.
Learn how the elements of video games actually prepare gamers to have a richer and more historically appropriate approach to Old Testament texts. See examples where gamers experience stories like ancient audiences did. This talk will challenge certain devotional approaches to biblical texts and address why some young adults are leaving organized religion. See video games in a new light. (Repeat Session)
Will we have married priests? Women deacons? A Vatican bank free from scandal? A new slate of cardinals? What are we to make of the daily news from synods, papal trips, and competing factions? Hear the world’s foremost Vatican reporter and learn how to answer “What is going on in the Vatican?”
We live in a world where social media is the most powerful tool to communicate. People who didn’t have a voice can now use many social media platforms to give their opinions and be heard, but social media is also at times toxic and corrupt. It has been the cause of depression and suicide in many of our kids. So how can we teach our kids and ourselves to use Social Media prudently and more importantly as a means to bring Hope, Love and our Faith to others?
El sínodo del Amazonas recibió una cobertura mediática significativa debido a las controversias en torno al mismo. ¿Pero qué pasó realmente en el sínodo? ¿Por qué es relevante para nosotros los católicos en América del Norte? ¿Por qué se considera un punto de crucial en la reforma de la Iglesia Católica? En esta sesión discutiremos los aspectos más destacados, positivos y negativos, de este importante evento de la Iglesia.
Vivimos en un mundo donde las redes sociales son la herramienta más poderosa para comunicarse. Las personas que no tenían voz ahora pueden usar muchas plataformas de redes sociales para dar sus opiniones y ser escuchados, pero las redes sociales son muchas veces tóxicas y corruptas. Han sido la causa de depresión y suicidio en muchos de nuestros hijos, entonces, ¿cómo podemos enseñar a nuestros hijos y a nosotros mismos a usar las redes sociales con prudencia y más importante como un medio para llevar la esperanza, el amor y nuestra fe a los demás?
Our Mass is based on the Last Supper, one of the most defining historical events of our faith. Yet, as a historical event, it remains shrouded in mystery, even on what day it happened. This talk will discuss the what, when, and where of the Last Supper, but most importantly, how it can powerfully affect you today.
The Council of Trent proclaimed that the gospel comes to us in Scripture and in Tradition, and in the 19th century, Tradition was identified with the teaching of the popes. Did Vatican II put the Scriptures at a higher level than Tradition? What would that mean for you today? Who is in charge of our Catholic faith?
Fr. Joseph Shea continues his informative sessions on myths about the Catholic Church; currently myths about the Papacy. “Pope Fiction” will be two evening sessions. In session one, Fr. Shea will address the myths that try to disprove the Papacy, such as it doesn’t resemble Peter’s ministry in Acts of the Apostles; the Papacy is a “medieval Roman invention”, and the scandal of bad, immoral Popes.
Even if you missed Part One, come hear Fr. Shea dispel other myths about Papal infallibility. Can it be disproved by the false teachings of Pope Liberius, Pope Vigilius, and Pope Honorius, and others? Don’t miss this informative conclusion.
What happened during the tumultuous earlier times in the Church? Let’s look at the Church during earlier challenges and society’s rejection of religious faith at times before. How did Francis de Sales, Vincent de Paul, and two great women, Jane Frances de Chantal and Louise de Marillac, deepen the faith of Christians by their works and against such great odds?
Fray Junipero Serra carefully chose the patron saints of his missions. The last was St. Bonaventure for San Buenaventura mission. He was a Franciscan theologian and mystic, who presented the mysteries of the faith, like the Holy Trinity, in a way that would be helpful in living the Christian life. This course will reflect on his life and teachings, and provide that same help to your life today.
Many Saints have had personal encounters with major figures of history. Other times, the very presence and action of the Church has influenced history’s progress. Through examples, this session will show how Catholicism, through individuals and as a Church, has impacted the progress of history and the development of Western Civilization. Will you be called to play a role?
Some Americans interpret the “Separation of Church and State” to mean the complete absence of religion anywhere in the public realm. This course will examine the origin of the American principle of Church-State Separation, its understanding in our Nation’s Founding, and what it means for the role of faith in the United States today.
The Roman Empire conquered the world with massive military might and grew to the size of the United States — yet succumbed after only a few generations to a small obscure religion from former Galilee fishermen. How did this happen? How could a band of Christian men and women change the Roman Empire? What lessons can you learn from them today?
WHY is the great question of any mission. Sometimes, we can forget the WHY of the Church. A clear sense of WHY, however, changes what we do as Church and how we do it. The WHY of the Church, in fact, is really a WHO: Jesus! Renewal in the life of the Church means starting again from our WHY. Come renew your sense of missionary discipleship.
Fr. Gregory Boyle will share how compassion, kindness, and kinship are the tools to fight despair and decrease marginalization. Through his stories and parables, all will be reminded that no life is less valuable than another.
In the 800-page Catechism of the Catholic Church, one doctrine — the Trinity — is considered the most fundamental and essential. But for many it is obscure and hard to grasp. When we talk about what’s most important about our faith, why should we speak of the Trinity? And how? Learn the answers.
During the past few years, you’ve probably noticed that an increasing number of relatives, friends, and colleagues identify as atheist, agnostic, or “not religious but spiritual.” Learn how you can skillfully express your beliefs to those who see faith as an obstacle to the imperatives of reason and scientific knowledge? Bring some of your own stories.
One out of every 10 Americans is a former Catholic – How can you not only keep people from leaving the Church, but bring people back to the faith? What do you tell people about your faith? How can you help? Learn how you can share the faith with those immediately around you and bring people home to the Church.
Young people are leaving the Church in record numbers and joining the ranks of the “nones,” those without any religious affiliation. Why are they becoming disillusioned with Catholicism and how can we re-engage them?
In the 20th Century, Venerable Rev. Patrick Peyton, C.S.C., made famous the motto “The family that prays together stays together”. Looking at Father Peyton’s life and legacy, we will examine how to build a “praying family” in our homes, parishes and communities. Additionally, we will consider how families, parishes and organizations can best follow Father Peyton’s practice of actively engaging with emerging media to grow in and share our faith. Special attention will be given to families facing caregiving challenges and families with loved ones who are separated from or have never practiced the faith.
Hosted by St. Paschal Baylon’s accomplished Adult Choir, directed by Kevin Stoller. Join us for a glorious celebration of sacred Church music from our various parishes – who will sing together at the end of the performance for an outstanding show of musical community. Free will offering.
The University Series welcomes perennial favorite Lynn Rd. With their distinctive harmonic blend and thoughtful lyrical content, they will inspire spiritual contemplation during this season of Lent. Lynn Rd., is Jana Bellan, Jody Bruno, Georgina Cabrero, and Kevin Stoller. Free will offering.
This ancient monastery service recalls the shadows which rapidly fell leading to Jesus’ death and burial. After each set of psalms, meditations and prayers, a candle on the altar is extinguished, eventually ending in total darkness, thunder, and the sounds of the closing of the sarcophagus. This prayer service is a powerful prelude to the Triduum. Free will offering.
The Shroud of Turin is the most studied artifact in human history. An expert on imaging and official documenting photographer for the 1978 Shroud scientific team, Barrie Schwortz shares peer-reviewed scientific evidence that convinces him, a Jewish man, that the Shroud of Turin is authentic. Come and judge for yourself on the objective evidence.
Explore the dazzling diversity and profound underlying unity of our universe. Learn from a highly respected scientist and author what science has discovered about the amazing way humanity fits into the grand cosmic scheme. Find out how science and faith are compatible.
Explore the dazzling diversity and profound underlying unity of our universe. Learn from a highly respected scientist and author what science has discovered about the amazing way humanity fits into the grand cosmic scheme. Find out how science and faith are compatible. (Repeat Session)
How do science and Bible creation stories fit together …or not? Which is true? What is the surprising origin of the Big Bang theory? Can something really be created from nothing? Why does every major Catholic University have a Physics and Biology Department? Fr. Dave will clearly explain how both God and science reveal the truth of our universe …and with plenty of time for your questions.
John, the Beloved Disciple, refers to Jesus’ Miracles as “Signs.” Signs of what? The answer to this asks another, deeper question: Why do Catholics celebrate seven Sacraments when other Christian Faiths have fewer? Come and find out.
When we delve into the nature of the Word of God, we grow in appreciation and love for it. Come explore the meaning of the Word of God and learn to approach Eucharistic liturgy with active listening and joyful response.
This exhibition-type presentation highlights 1800 years of miracles, including: a live presentation of miracle stories, scientific study, and review of the scriptural basis of the Real Presence of the Eucharist. Exhibit materials will be provided in both English and Spanish. Don’t miss this very special and unique presentation.
Water, Oil, Bread, Wine …why all these things? The rites for each sacrament uses signs and symbols to engage our physical and spiritual senses, helping us to understand each sacrament. Learn how the sacred spaces in our parishes use signs and symbols to help you live the mystery of your faith every day.
Is the Eucharist a fleeting Sunday moment? A presence that reveals His glory and hope? A power for those who believe? The mission and identity of the Church flow from the Eucharist. “Did I not tell you that if you trust, you will see the glory of God?” (John 11:40) Learn how you can confidently trust these words from this session.
Everything we do as Church has purpose and meaning, every sign and symbol, the use of color – even the Church calendar. Beyond the obvious, what’s really at the heart of each season? If Holy Thursday and Good Friday are so important, why aren’t they “days of obligation” like Sundays and Holy Days? What’s the deal with Ordinary Time (if it’s “ordinary” why does it need to be celebrated…)? This session will offer depth to the way we celebrate life as members of the Body of Christ.
In the early Church, celibacy was not required for ordination. It was finally only mandated for all clergy in the 13th century. Can we expect to see a change in mandatory celibacy? How would this happen? Fr. Thai will highlight cultural, historical, spiritual, and psychological issues that will impact parishioners as well as the vocation of priests in the future.
Did you know when purification began… before the time of Jesus? The concept for the cleansing of sin with water has a deep history in both the Bible and culture. This multi-media and highly illustrated presentation will explore these deep and largely unknown origins of baptism, and how to understand our first sacrament in today’s world.
¿Enojarse es pecado? ¿Debo dejar de comulgar si uno de mis hijos/as está Viviando en amasiato? ¿Qué tiene que ver la piñata con la confesión? Vamos a partir del concepto de pecado que nos ofrece el catecismo de la Iglesia para poder vivir una experiencia de fe más enriquecedora.
¿Además de tener con quién, qué se necesita para casarse? ¿Cómo es la ceremonia “católica” de la celebración del matrimonio? Partiendo de un recorrido por la historia del sacramento, teniendo en cuenta especialmente las distintas tradiciones llegadas a México desde Europa veremos cómo ha quedado conformada la celebración del sacramento del matrimonio. ¿Lo que estamos haciendo hoy se acerca de alguna manera a lo que quiere la Iglesia?
Responding to the call of Jesus to “make disciples of all nations,” (Mt. 28:19), all levels of Catholic schools serve both the faith community and society by educating children, young people and adults to become active and caring members of the communities, cities, and nations in which they live. Come hear Fr. Tim discuss the unique opportunity Catholic schools offer to bring the good news of Jesus to the whole family, while Tony Guevara highlights specific opportunities within our local communities, as well as our region and nation. Presentation will be held at La Reina High School, 106 W. Janss Rd., Thousand Oaks, 91360
Dodger great and longtime Angels Manager Mike Scioscia has always had his Catholic faith front and center of his life and his family. He arranged to have Mass celebrated in Angel Stadium on Sunday game days, open to all players on both sides … even Yankee and Boston players! Mike will share his faith story and dedicate a lot of time to your questions.
What does the Church teach about stopping extraordinary medical procedures at the end of life? What about tube feeding, euthanasia, and physician-assisted suicide? How can you protect human dignity at the end of life? Will an Advanced Health Care Directive help or hinder your wishes? What about a Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care?
Learn some practical ways that you can live as Jesus did to “grow in wisdom, age, and grace.” What might you continue to do in your faith journey, what things might you improve upon, and what new practices might you pursue as you add years to your body, soul, and spirit?
Suicide is now a leading cause of death for the under 25 crowd. This talk will explore possible reasons for an increase in suicidal ideation in young people, pastoral care for those who have suffered from the suicide of a young person, and propose some effective paths for healing.
How can I incorporate my Catholic faith into every aspect of life? How can I integrate my spiritual values into my professional career? How can I become a leader that supports the mission of the Church, influences our culture, and serves the common good? Come and discover a plan that you can use the very next day.
As a former “leftist activist”, Fr. Sirico confronts the dangers and deceptions of the “new socialism” so popular today among young people. Recounting his own moral, intellectual, and spiritual development, he argues that a dynamic free market, based on voluntary association and freedom from unnecessary regulation, is the best way not only to help the poor, but to meet society’s needs as a whole. Fr. Sirico advocates that at its heart, the free market, not socialism, best supports the God-given creative nature of the human person.
Every culture looks for creative ways to build and form the good character of its children. In this session, we will investigate the wisdom and strategies of the Hebrew father who sought to instruct the character of his young son in the Old Testament Book of Proverbs. Did he use the rod or rewards? What would you say?
Acknowledging our call to live “Domestic Church” in our homes, how can you nurture and build your own relationship with Jesus Christ as you look to share your faith with your children? Join Lisa Hendey for an afternoon filled with simple, practical ideas for bringing the faith to life in your home.
Want to strengthen and enliven your marriage? Learn how to keep love in your marriage, understand your differences, communicate more effectively, deal with inevitable hurts, and build each other up. You will come away with new perspectives and skills as well as recommendations for additional learning resources in this fast-paced and highly informative presentation.
Hoy en día muchos de nosotros nos identificamos como Católicos ¿Pero, que significa esto? El ser Católico es estar siempre a favor de la vida y de la familia. El ser Católico es conocer la Doctrina Social de la Iglesia y adaptarla en su totalidad. La Doctrina Social de la iglesia nos ayuda a vivir de una manera más humana y fraterna a la luz del Evangelio de Cristo.
This session explores St. Paul’s approach to the question of how our inevitable moments of suffering connect with the divine. Discover the patterns and methods in Paul’s spirituality, and learn how his mindset can be applied to your life today – especially during difficult times.
Our spiritual life is often compared to a person walking a path toward a destination of happiness and peace with Our Lord. After a brief introduction to the meaning and purpose of the pilgrims walk, participants will be given time to walk the newly-built labyrinth in front of Community Memorial Hospital in Ventura, located at 147 N Brent St., Ventura, 93003. Parking is available in the Ocean Tower parking structure adjacent to the labyrinth. This is an outdoor venue – weather may be a factor. Care should be taken for those who may have issues with the sun or wind. Dress accordingly. Check the website on the morning of Feb. 28 for any updates. Free will offering.
The Celtic Christian motivation to find Divine in all created nature speaks with uncanny relevance to many of the concerns of our present time. The ancient wisdom, visual images, poetry, and prayers of Celtic Christian spirituality can re-ignite your imagination, restoring what you have neglected or forgotten. The stories and legends surrounding Sts. Patrick and Brigid of Kildare and their tireless evangelization can help you become a better friend to yourself and others. Come learn more about the Celtic tradition.
We have battles in life, whether family disputes, addictions, anxiety issues, illnesses, legal issues, break ups, divorce, loss, or toxic relationships. The Israelites brought the Ark of the Covenant into battle with them and crushed their enemies. Mary is our Ark of the Covenant. Really? Can she really help? Where is that in the Bible? Come find out. Mary’s all over the Bible.
What can we learn about faith from a former martial arts champion? A lot. Hear Bas Rutten’s conversion story and his Catholic training techniques. His inspirational journey reveals what people hunger for today. Come find out how his Lenten Boot Camp can transform your life.
How do we as Catholics deal and cope with anxiety? Find out how to invite God into your daily anxieties and struggles. This session will reveal the tools God puts before us to manage anxiety and live life to its fullest.
Jesus is the model of forgiveness and asks you to forgive; this is not always easy! Learn about the link between unresolved anger and forgiveness. Find out how God designed your brain to understand, process, and benefit from forgiveness. Leave with powerful new tools to be able to finally forgive.
The Jesus Prayer is almost as old as the Church itself. The Desert Fathers prayed this powerful prayer exercise to elevate their spirit to powerful heights. The theology of this simple prayer contains the spirit of the entire Gospel. Praying this prayer authentically, dramatically changes the power of our ordinary prayers.
Why do Catholics make such a big deal about it? Some doubt and many misunderstand our belief in the Real Presence. Let’s look at why we are the “Church of the Eucharist” from the Old Testament to now and until the end of time. Why does the Eucharist matter so much to our faith?
Bill Moran and former “Baywatch” star, Donna D’Errico, each share their ups and downs of social media dating. Why does most social media behavior keep you locked in a never-ending search? What are the 3 biggest reasons most people can’t find the right partner today? Discover why a Catholic perspective offers some practical solutions and hope in finding true and lasting love.
During Holy Week we hear the Passion Narratives and some of us even see a passion play. This might make us form our own judgement toward some of the most famous characters who are part of this week, but sometimes we forget about their context, their fears, their brokenness and their spirituality. Let’s take a look at Judas, Peter, Pontius Pilate, and the women in the passion. Let’s walk with them and see their journey through the most Holy Week.
In prayer, God gives you a new heart and puts in you a new spirit (Cf. Ez 36:26). “Christian tradition” has retained three major expressions of prayer: vocal, meditative, and contemplative, with one basic trait in common: composure of heart” (CCC 2699). This talk will focus on the inter-relatedness of these three expressions, along with the role of the Holy Spirit in prayer, in order to set hearts on fire for prayer.
Pope Francis inserted the name of St. Joseph in the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Eucharistic Prayers. Why did he do this and who is this man? Joseph does not speak in the Gospels. Yet his ‘words’ and actions are powerful that can give you a deeper understanding of who Jesus is, his relationship to Mary, his role in the Church today, and especially your life.
How do we pray to a God whose love for us cannot be more intense? How do we pray to a God whose singular intention is our happiness for all eternity? How do we pray to a God who knows more about us than we do? Struggling with these questions leads us to a journey to embrace deep personal prayer as the real gift that awaits us. Fr. Tracy will answer all these questions and more with a preview of his new book, “What Should We Really Pray For?” (23rd Publishers, Summer 2020).
It has been said that grief ends when a thousand stories are told. Because this life is filled with loss, grief is an essential part of healing and growing, and a virtue everyone needs to understand. Dr. Porter will address the “why” and the “how” of good grief.
Many Saints achieved great things, beyond what they imagined they ever could. They accomplished this not with natural abilities, but by faith, trust and a willingness to dare and act. This interactive workshop will explore the psychological and spiritual principles that will enable you to live boldly and achieve your dreams!
Prayer is a communal encounter with God who presides, guides, and abides. Come learn about the many styles of prayer: liturgical, contemplative, and devotional, as Padre Benjamin offers answers to two questions: Is prayer just ‘a conversation between friends’? (St. Teresa of Jesus), and just what is the difference between worshipping and adoring God?
Some young people are leaving the Church and even faith in God, and they are leaving younger and younger. Pope Francis proposes a clear message to them in his new letter Christus Vivit: “Christ is alive, and he wants you to be alive!” Come learn the big questions of young people today and how you can better connect them with the risen Jesus, who offers them life to the full now and forever.
So much grace from our Lord — how can it be? After all, do we not make so many mistakes? We fall so often, but He can make us new. His grace is reaching out for each of us and it never ends. Let’s explore what God has to say about his boundless free gift — his grace pouring over us. Then let’s learn to finally and freely live it through our daily Catholic lives.
There is a correlation between Biblical stories and natural theology, or the way God speaks in nature. Fr. Tim will explain the unique way that he experiences God in nature, just as Jesus did, and so can you in a way you can use the very next day.
Several years ago, award-winning Catholic author Maureen Pratt began praying the Liturgy of the Hours each day. Encouraged by the many ways the practice helped her center and grow her faith, she is delighted to share what she has learned about the development and process of the Liturgy of the Hours, as well as how today’s Catholic families and individuals can bring this wonderful tradition of prayer to their lives in exciting and meaningful ways.
Durante la Semana Santa escuchamos las narraciones de la pasión y algunos de nosotros incluso vemos representaciones de la pasión. Esto podría hacernos formar nuestro propio juicio hacia algunos de los personajes más famosos que forman parte de esta semana, pero a veces nos olvidamos de su contexto, sus miedos, sus debilidades y su espiritualidad. Echemos un vistazo a Judas, Peter, Poncio Pilato y las mujeres en la pasión. Caminemos con ellos y veamos su viaje a través de la semana más sagrada.