Maundy Thursday

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From Old French mandé, from Latin mandatum, in reference to the phrase mandatum do vobis (“A new commandment I give unto you”) (John 13:34).

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Maundy Thursday

  1. The Thursday before Easter, which commemorates the Last Supper.

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