Easter

This index of material included in the All About Mary website, brings together resources that pertain to this season. Additional resources may also be available by using the provided search tools.


Liturgy

The Paschal Triduum and Easter Season with Mary
Popular devotion stresses Mary's sorrow more than her joy. The following provide some exceptions:
• The Three Easter Days
• Did Christ Visit Mary at or after the Resurrection? Early Writings
• "Et Prima Vidit": The Iconography of the Appearance of Christ to His Mother
• Marian Masses During the Easter Season
• A Marian Reflection and PrayeSee: Easter and Mary

Easter Meditation – Mary's Resurrection Experience. See: Resurrection and Mary


Poetry

The pictures which accompany our collection of Easter poetry each commemorate the Seven Joys of the Virgin Mary.The Virgin's seven joys are the following events: the Annunciation, the Nativity, the Adoration of the Magi, the Resurrected Christ's appearance to Mary, Christ's Ascension, Pentecost, and Mary's death and Assumption. See: Easter Poetry


Prayer

Marian Prayers of Consecration for the Easter Season
See: Consecration for Easter Week

The Rosary
The Glorious Mysteries, to be said on Wednesdays and Saturdays as well as Sundays from Easter until Advent
See: Rosary: How to Pray it


Music

Marian Antiphon for Lent
The "Regina Coeli" is one of the four seasonal antiphons of the Blessed Virgin Mary prescribed to be sung or recited in the Easter Season. The "Regina Coeli" is a twelfth-century antiphon for Evening Prayer during the Easter Season. Since the thirteenth century, it has been used as the seasonal antiphon in honor of the Blessed Virgin after Night Prayer. See: Antiphons

Music for the Easter Season
See: Music for Easter


Image shown: Illustrated lilies, A. Joseph Barrish, S.M.

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