What meaning can we discern from the traditional Easter message of death and resurrection as we live through the mounting dislocation and tragedies of the Covid 19 crisis?
It is clear that Easter 2020 cannot be just a set of rituals and liturgies designed to remind us of the cycles of dying and rising. For Easter 2020, the world is immersed in the painful uncertainties of this reality that is deeply characteristic of all life. Christians the world over are being challenged to re-evaluate their understanding of participation in the Easter mysteries.
Pope Francis has called on people to ‘separate what is necessary from what is not’.
What are the values that remain as solid foundations for life in a world of isolation and social distancing?
What are the Easter essentials for a life of faith that will sustain through the challenging months to come? An Easter Reflection read more