Tag Archives: Easter

The God Who Has Tears…

Several years ago I had a note from a friend, Mako Fujimura, who heard that I was speaking in New York City, and wondered if I would be able to see him in his gallery. The 400th anniversary of the … more »

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The Cost of Redemption

[16] Then Herod, when he saw that he had been tricked by the wise men, became furious, and he sent and killed all the male children in Bethlehem and in all that region who were two years old or under, … more »

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A Missio Easter

He is risen! Today, Missio offers these resources to engage our imaginations on Easter, resurrection, and vocation: L. Gregory Jones, “Easter Vocation: I Have Seen the Lord” Ashley Woodiwiss, “Practicing Resurrection, or The Witness of a Small Plate of Vegetables” Madison … more »

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Easter Vocation: I Have Seen the Lord

What do you do when your dreams die? The very dreams that have been shaped by your glimpses of God and of life abundant, the dreams that have given meaning and purpose to your identity—what do you do then? And … more »

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Recognizing Him in the Breaking of Bread

The Catholic News Service served up a whimsical, yet thought-provoking story last week about a soon-to-be published book by Italian theologian Father Giovanni Cesare Pagazzi. The forthcoming book’s title alone, La cucina del Risorto — which CNS translates as The Cooking of … more »

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Practicing Resurrection, or The Witness of a Small Plate of Vegetables

Practicing the resurrection? Lord, I believe. Help Thou my unbelief. A snapshot: Some years back, a former student of mine, who was then working in the State Department, sent a photo to me. It was a black and white, of … more »

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Easter Isn’t Over

Every individual life and community resonates with different moments of Holy Week. This world abounds with fellowship and forgiveness, celebration and accusation, moments of life and death, crosses and tombs. But Easter is the day to define us. The message of Christ’s resurrection … more »

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