One of the most moving of the resurrection stories is today’s Gospel. https://bible.usccb.org/readings/calendar. The story from Luke’s Gospel of two disciples walking to Emmaus. Jesus joins them, but they do not recognize him until after they invite him to break bread with them. I got to wondering, is that how we must recognize Jesus in our […]
Thank you for sharing this Lenten journey with me. I wish you a glorious Easter. May you always be mindful of God’s great love for you as you live as Easter people waiting in joyful hope for the coming of our Savoir, Jesus Christ. Happy Easter!!! https://bible.usccb.org/readings/calendar.
The quiet resting of Friday continues today until the great Easter Vigil https://bible.usccb.org/readings/calendar. I cannot tell you how ardently I hope you will attend the Vigil Mass. This is the best liturgy of the entire year, with its walk though Salvation History via many readings, the blessing of the new fire and singing the Exsultet, and the
The Psalmist cries out that he is like the unremembered dead, or a dish that is broken. https://bible.usccb.org/readings/calendar. The anguish of that cry is heart breaking. No one is really dead until they are forgotten, and if a dish is tossed out in the trash there is no hope for it to ever be useful again. But
In the reading from Exodus https://bible.usccb.org/readings/calendar. the Israelites are told what to do to be ready to leave Egypt—what to eat and how to smear the blood of the lamb on their doorposts and lintels. This blood will mark the house. It is the house of a believer. I wonder if anyone can tell when they come