Friday, April 2, 2010

Holy Thursday - The Tradition of the Seven Churches

Enjoy this video created by Chris Byrd from Broadway Fillmore Alive as he visits the seven churches on Buffalo's East Side community on Holy Thursday, a tradition originating in the seven major churches of Rome.  The Seven Churches are located in Buffalo's historic Polish community, and St. Luke's Mission of Mercy is included in this wonderful pilgrimage. 


One Night and Seven Churches - 2010 from Christopher Byrd on Vimeo.

4 comments:

  1. What a wonderful and peaceful video. Thanx for posting it. It brought back memories of childhood when we too visited 7 churches on Holy Thursday. Sadly the tradition has stopped here in the UK.

    God bless you and your family.

    Have a wonderful Easter.

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  2. Christ is risen!
    He is truly risen!
    Alleluia!

    my parish had exposition at the altar of repose til midnight, and my children went with a group to visit 7 churches. none had
    exposition..and few had an altar of repose. the East Side Rocks!
    They did it up right!
    thank you for posting this.

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  3. +JMJ+

    I love this devotion! I try to do it every year.

    Some churches in the Philippines stay open until dawn; others close at midnight.

    Happy Easter, David!

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  4. Thank you for beautiful video specially for those seven churches, when i feel lonely i'll watch this video..

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