So we have talked about the betrayal of Jesus by Judas and how to prepare your home and heart for the high holy days we are entering into with the Triduum.
The Triduum consists of three days, running from Holy Thursday’s evening Mass to evening prayer on Easter Sunday. The high point is the Easter Vigil, which is the time reserved for catechumens (the unbaptized) to be baptized and enter into the Church. Easter Vigil is on Saturday, the evening before Easter.
Easter Vigil is also the time when those who have already been baptized can receive Confirmation and Holy Communion if they have not already done so. It is also a time for those who are not Catholic to make a profession of faith and express their desire to enter the Church.