“When I adorn Jesus with my love and my brokenness, he can transform me into a saint by His grace – a living mystery of the presence of He who is the Divine Bridegroom of my soul.” – Fr. Matthew MacDonald
Where is Christ after He dies on Friday afternoon and before He rises on Easter Sunday? Monsignor Charles Pope explains.
A reflection for the Triduum by Debra Black.
In the Sacred Triduum, “Jesus transforms our human experience. He willingly enters the depths of human drama and human trauma, conquering every single moment with perfect love.” – Fr. Derek Sakowski
“Why have I have been praying before the Virgin of the Ukraine for years?” – Monsignor Stephen Rossetti
The reading which opens the liturgy for Palm Sunday reminds us that the Lord makes himself dependant on lowly things–and that includes us, Claire Dwyer reflects as we begin Holy Week.
“Mary’s presence is always a comfort and a consolation, even to God.” – Fr. Jeremiah Shryock
“The sacred has a certain structure – it is structured out of and into silence in a manner that evokes awe and reverence.” – Dr. Anthony Lilles
“Jesus, in his Passion, enters fully into both human experiences of “abandonment,” and reconciles them.” – Fr. Derek Sakowski
“Why couldn’t I just look past the challenges and be grateful for the blessings? Why couldn’t I figure out how not to be overwhelmed?” – Lisa Cotter