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Catholic Digest 19h
"Let us go forth today to proclaim the wondrous truth of the resurrection, not only with words but with our lives." Gospel reflection from
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Fr. Patrick Hyde, OP Apr 20
Honestly, when I offered to hear Confessions for several hours on Good Friday, I anticipated spending a large portion of that time doing spiritual reading. I read fewer than 20 pages all day. When the priest makes it available, people come.
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Catholic Digest 19h
for Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord
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Catholic Digest 19h
Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord
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Catholic Digest 19h
“We Christians believe and know that Christ’s resurrection is the true hope of the world.” — Pope Francis From our family to yours, a blessed Easter!
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Vatican News Apr 20
“Why do you seek the living among the dead?” asks in his homily at the Mass, as he challenges us to roll away the stones of sin and discouragement.
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Catholic Digest Apr 20
"This is the night! The night in which life triumphs over death, light over darkness, boundless joy over deep sorrow, infinite hope over devastating hopelessness." Gospel reflection from
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Daniel P. Horan, OFM Apr 20
is often overlooked in the , but it is the important day of stillness, silence, liminality, uncertainty, grappling with the trauma of yesterday, not-yet-sure of the glory of tomorrow. May we sit in this space as did the first disciples.
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Catholic Digest Apr 19
"Can you imagine what it must have been like to be at the foot of the cross that first Good Friday?"
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Catholic Digest Apr 19
"We must look at the incredible and mysterious event of the death of a God, the only God who ever died, and realize that it happened for us that we might live forever." Gospel reflection from
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Catholic Digest Apr 19
for Friday of the Passion of the Lord ()
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Catholic Digest Apr 19
Friday of the Passion of the Lord ()
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Catholic Digest Apr 18
"The washing of the feet, the embrace of the cross, and the plunge into the font all ask: How far are you willing to go out of love?" Gospel reflection from
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Catholic Digest Apr 18
"In France, the rabbit which brings chocolate and other assorted goodies to young children does not exist. Rather, the ubiquitous symbol of Easter is church bells."
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Catholic Digest Apr 18
: "Holy Week and the Notre Dame Cathedral fire teach the same lesson: Tragedy exists to teach us faith and heroism."
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Pope Francis Apr 18
In the Eucharist you really meet Jesus, share His life, feel His love; there you experience that His death and resurrection are for you.
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Catholic Digest Apr 18
What unique and devotions do you have? In one Ohio city, on Good Friday the faithful "pray the steps."
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Catholic Digest Apr 18
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