Mario and Linda Enriquez
20 April will be the 14th anniversary of the death of Msgr Richard Schuler. A great deal as been written about him and we all owe a debt of gratitude to him for what he did. In his memory, and … Read More →
Each Easter, I post this “chronological account” of the resurrection appearances, tough I tweak it as others offer insights I might have missed. It is helpful to try and weave the many strands together for the reasons I state below.
When we encounter the resurrection accounts in the New Testament, we face a challenge in putting all the pieces together in such a way that the sequence of events flows in logical order
Jesus, what good are you doing in my life in the midst of this pandemic?
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#ASonnetADay – SONNET 138. “When my love swears that she is made of truth…” pic.twitter.com/2UCMOH5eTf — Fr. John Zuhlsdorf (@fatherz) April 4, 2021
Instead of one day of Easter, Catholics enjoy eight octave days of feasting. Sustained partying requires careful planning and self-pacing to avoid merriment burnout. Follow this guide with your family to maximize the delights of Easter and the celebration of Divine Mercy Sunday. Feast, feast, feast! Post-Easter Mass, or once you have recovered from celebrating the Easter Vigil into the wee hours…
Pope Francis said Monday that Christians should “never tire of seeking the risen Christ.” Speaking before the recitation of the Regina Coeli April 5, the pope noted that Easter Monday is known in Italy as Lunedì dell’Angelo, or the Monday of the Angel. Referring to the Gospel reading in which Mary Magdalene and the other Mary encountered an angel at the empty tomb while looking for Jesus…