Tag Archives: #Easter

The Quiet Tomb

A couple of decades ago I was on a retreat team that hosted a Holy Triduum weekend.  The event ended up being one of the most profound experiences of my life.  We created a rich and powerful journey for the … Continue reading

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Glorious Joy

Yesterday’s Gospel reading had this fabulous phrase in it: rejoice with an indescribable and glorious joy.   Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could do so everyday?  The reality is that some circumstances preclude us from feeling that way.  The last … Continue reading

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Alleluia! Alleluia!

The Triduum is done.  The stone is rolled away. Jesus has appeared to his beloved friends. Death did not have the final word.  Joy and Hope have danced in the wee early morning hours and freed our fears, unleashing a … Continue reading

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Emmaus Amazement

A couple of decades ago, I made my first trip to Africa, to visit my cousin who was teaching in Kenya. I would be there over the Easter weekend. I have such fond memories of flying kites on Easter–a sure … Continue reading

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