In the pre-1962 Passionist Calendar, tomorrow would have been the Feast of the Five Wounds. At that time, each Friday of Lent before Passiontide was dedicated to one of the instruments of the Passion (the Arma Christi), with the last Friday before Passion Sunday (tomorrow) being dedicated to the Five Wounds.
The devotion to the Five Wounds was also expressed by the Passionists through promoting the Chaplet of the Five Wounds; for each of the five wounds, the person says the Glory be to the Father five times followed by a Hail Mary in honour of Our Lady of Sorrows. The chaplet is not seen very often nowadays, although I noticed recently that Jason and his friends at Duquesne are praying it. The one I have belonged to Father Ignatius Gibney C.P., who died in 1952, and whose prayer in honour of the Five Wounds, beloved of many a Passionist missioner, can be found here.
In the present Passionist Calendar, the feast of the Five Glorious Wounds is now kept on the Friday after the Easter Octave. The Wounds of Christ are celebrated in the light of the resurrection, with the Gospel account of Jesus showing the wounds of his hands, feet and side to Thomas: Doubt no longer, but believe.
(During Lent, Daniel at The Lion and the Cardinal has posted some feasts of the Arma Christi "from the Passionist Calendar approved by Pope Pius VI", while wondering if we still keep these feasts during Lent. Matthew of The Shrine of the Holy Whapping posted a picture for the old Feast of the Crown of Thorns on the first of March this year. The Calendar was changed in 1962 when all the feasts of the Arma Christi were moved to days outside of Lent, and again in 1973 when we were told that the feasts of the Arma Christi could not be included in our new calendar, but we managed to keep many of them as votive Masses and Offices of Jesus scourged, Jesus crowned with thorns, etc., celebrated on Fridays which are ferial days.)