Archives for April, 2017

Apr
27

Jesus’s Post-Resurrection Appearance in Galilee

The gospels tell us that on the morning of the Resurrection, Jesus was planning to go to Galilee. Matthew relates that an angel told Mary Magdalene and the other women at the tomb, “he is going before you to Galilee; there you will see him.” Not long after, the women saw Jesus, who directed them […]

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Apr
23

The Apostle Thomas

“Unless I see…” is the beginning of the most famous statement of disbelief in history. The apostle Thomas, the disciple who would not believe Jesus had risen from the dead without definitive proof, has stood through time as the ultimate symbol of the doubter, as firmly fixed in our consciousness as Judas is betrayer. Yet, […]

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Apr
13

The Resurrection

Today we celebrate Holy Thursday, also called Maundy Thursday in commemoration of Jesus washing the feet of his apostles (Maundy) before the Last Supper. Tomorrow, we will observe Good Friday, a solemn day of remembrance in which we recall that Jesus died on the cross for our sins. On Sunday, we will celebrate Easter, the […]

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Apr
06

The Last Supper

The Last Supper was one of the most significant events of the Passion. In the context of human relationships, it was the final gathering of Jesus and the twelve apostles. In the context of our relationship to God, it was the moment of confirmation that Jesus was the bread of life. When he administered the […]

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