Thursday, April 20 - Easter Week

We recognize the risen Christ when:

--Jesus opens our minds to understand

   the Scriptures.

--Jesus breaks bread with us, and gives

    Himself to us in Holy Communion.

--We receive the Holy Spirit at Pentecost

--we witness for Jesus.

 

Friday, April 21 - Easter Week

Acts 4:1-2 - Ps 118:1-2, 4, 22-27

John 21:1-14

Are you just starting to celebrate and

witness for the risen Christ this Easter?

or is Easter over, because it never

started? Is your day today noticeably

different from the priorities and

activities of those who don't know

our risen Lord? If not, repent.

There is a Pentecost for the Peters

who repent, and there is risen life

for those who receive Pentecost.

 

Saturday, April 22 -  Easter Week

Acts 4:13-21 - Ps 118:1, 14-21 - Mark 16:9-15

After Jesus' Resurrection, Mary Magdalene

went to announce the good news to His

followers. Yet they refused to believe it.

Later on, as 2 of them were walking

along on their way to the country, He

revealed Himself to them. Yet when they

announced the good news to the

Apostles. they put no more faith in them

than in Mary Magdalene. Jesus in His

mercy did not want His apostles to

miss out another time on His Resurrection.

So as they were at table, Jesus revealed Himself 

to the eleven. He took them to task for their

disbelief and their stubbonerness.

 

Sunday, April 23 - Easter Week

Acts 2:42-47 - Ps 118:2-4, 13-15, 22-24

John 20:19-31

One of the first acts of the risen Christ was

to begin to develop the Sacrament of

Reconciliation for the forgiveness of sins.

One of the things we need to do this Easter

Season is to repent and go to confession.

 

Monday, April 24 - St. Fidelis of Sigmaringen

St. Fidelis devoted himself to frequent prayer

after the Lord revealed to him that he would

be martyred.

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

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