Sixth Year Students and Chaplains from 3 Cork Schools Narrate the Story of Holy Week: the Passion Gospel

Sixth Year Students from Ashton School Cork, Bandon Grammar School and Midleton College have joined forces to narrate, together with their respective school chaplains, the Passion Gospel which tells of the last days in the life of Jesus: his suffering, trial, crucifixion and burial.

The three chaplains (Drew Ruttle in Ashton, the Reverend Anne Skuse in Bandon Grammar School, and Canon Andrew Orr in Midleton College) worked together with the sixth years to produce the video as one important element in the Cork, Cloyne and Ross worship and spiritual resources for Holy Week and Easter 2021 online as Level 5 restrictions continue.

This version of the Passion Gospel will premiere on the Cork, Cloyne and Ross Channel on Youtube at 07.30 a.m. on Palm Sunday, 28th March.

You can log into the watch page and set a reminder: HERE

After the premiere The Passion Gospel will continue to be available for you to watch anytime during Holy Week 2021 and afterwards. The link, again, is HERE

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