For many working folks, the weekend means time off, and Saturday means personal priorities -- family, work around the house, exercise, watching a game, stepping out for a night. Some people say they "live for the weekend," that they "don't live to work, but work to live," which I guess means that five days out of seven, they're half-dead.
Saturday lately has lost its charm. Every day is a Saturday.
This Holy Saturday may be different. The day af...