“We celebrate at night so as to bid farewell to the darkness. It cannot prevail. It is destined to be scattered by a Light far more powerful than it is, a Light it must obey, a Light that overwhelms and replaces it.” – Monsignor Charles Pope.
“None of us escapes childhood perfectly intact. I hope you will be there as we discuss with Sr. Miriam the wounds of childhood and the power of the Holy Family to lead us to a richer, profoundly healing encounter with the Lord—especially when we are surrendered to the particular graces of this coming holy season.” – Dan Burke
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.