As we breathed out 2020 and breathed in 2021, we were hoping that this year would be better. But, with the second wave of the pandemic, many of us are feeling a sense of loss and distress. Some of us may be sick or have someone close to us suffering from Covid-19; some of us may have even lost a family member or a dear friend recently; some of us may be worried about commencement ceremonies or other celebrations...
STOP … and IMAGINE the entire world praying the Rosary – with Pope Francis, no less – to end the Covid-19 pandemic!
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Easter is a season of ongoing resurrection. It is a celebration that starts with one glorious morning but cannot be contained in a single day and so we continue to celebrate the Easter Season. We know Lent is 40 days and if you are like me, you feel each and every one. However, we forget that Easter is 50 days, and we are shortchanging ourselves if we are not rejoicing in it!
In some countries of the world searching family history has become popular. I’ve watched a couple of television programs that have researched the family history of some well know personalities, and even the personalities have been surprised to discover who was in their family tree.
“God so loved the world that He gave His only Son so that everyone who believes in him may not be lost but may have eternal life.” Have words more beautiful and more true ever been spoken? Yet how do they reach into hearts that seem lost?
In the Liturgy, it’s Easter all week - a full celebration of the Resurrection. But let me ask you, what difference does it make? What difference will the Resurrection make in your life and in mine?