I've had a bit on my plate lately (Holy Week is about the busiest time of year for priests... and seminarians!), but I now have a few minutes to post some pictures and information about what happened on Holy Thursday. If you remember, I posted a blurb about Tenebrae last year (which contains a brief description of what Tenebrae is), but no pictures. [UPDATE: I wrote an article on the Tenebrae service, which can be found here.]
This year, with my new SLR, I was able to get some pictures from Tenebrae (click here to see them). Also, since seminarians had a four hour break between morning Chrism Mass and evening Dinner with the Archbishop, Mass of the Lord's Supper and Tenebrae, I took some pictures of the New Cathedral's interior, sometimes using a new technique I'm working on with HDR photography (remember the post a couple weeks ago of the Seminary in 'HDR'?).
Here's one of the HDR photos of the interior (including the baldaccino—the structure over the main altar—and the stained glass window behind the main altar):
I hope all of you have a blessed and happy rest of the Triduum and Easter! (And remember, today is the first day of the Divine Mercy novena!).