Let’s ponder for a moment about the idea that the empty tomb is proof of the Resurrection! I’ll begin this discussion with a question: Why is the unused tomb belonging to Joseph of Arimathea, the place where Jesus’ body was buried, significant to the authenticity of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ?
“Do not work for food that perishes but for food that endures for eternal life, which the Son of Man will give you.”
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Remember that good thing you gave up for Lent? Remember how frustrating it was not having it? Remember how magnificent it was indulging in it again on Easter Sunday (or right after the Vigil Mass)?
Gary Kelly’s book, The One Thing, emphasizes that there is one primary thing in our lives that, if we focus on it, we can transform the success and fulfillment of our lives.
A large crowd gathers around Jesus – what are they hungry for?
We can learn from the showdown between the High Priest and the Apostles in today’s readings.