Tag Archives: Resurrection

Exorcism Witnesses to Resurrection 

By Msgr Stephen Rossetti: In the light of the Easter resurrection, I am reminded of a previous demonic encounter.* During a solemn exorcism, we were invoking the power of the resurrection of Jesus and out of the demon’s mouth comes … Continue reading

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If It Were a Crime To Be a Catholic, Would There Be Enough Evidence To Convict Me?

CP&S COMMENT. “If it were a crime to be a Catholic, would there be enough evidence to convict me?” The answer to this prickly question Fr Tim Finigan asks below, should be a resounding, “Yes!” We should be living a … Continue reading

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Resurrection Of The Dead And Life Everlasting

Besides the belief that God became man in the person of Jesus Christ, the single most important truth professed by Christians is that the Son of God suffered torture and execution, died on a cross, and rose from the dead … Continue reading

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Out of Fear and Into Faith

by Msgr. Charles Pope Like most of the resurrection accounts, John’s version paints a portrait of a journey that some of the early disciples have to make: out of fear and into faith. It shows the need to experience the … Continue reading

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The Easter Mysteries and The Mystic Way

by David Torkington The very reason why Christ sent out his love on the first Pentecost day was so that it could enter into all who would receive it. This love that would  draw us up into his mystical body … Continue reading

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The ‘Hieratikon’ of Saint John Chrysostom

This week, in place of the regular Pastor’s Column from Fr George W. Rutler, we share the Paschal joy of the Hieratikon (Catechetical Sermon) of Saint John Chrysostom. THE EASTER SERMON OF JOHN CHRYSOSTOM Bishop of Constantinople (c. A.D. 400) Is there … Continue reading

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Biblical Reflection for Easter Sunday

Stay With Us, Lord! by Fr. Thomas Rosica Easter Sunday – March 31, 2013 The readings for Easter Sunday are Acts 10:34a, 37-43; Colossians 3:1-4 or 1 Corinthians 5:6b-8; 2 John 20:1-9 or Luke 24:1-12 or Luke 24:13-35Pounding hearts, wounded hearts and … Continue reading

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Did Jesus appear first to his Mother after the Resurrection?

From ‘Reginaldus’ – New Theological Movement  But he rising early the first day of in the Easter season, it will be most profitable to consider whether the Blessed Virgin Mary was the first to be visited by the risen Lord. … Continue reading

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‘Noli Me Tangere’

                                                    Noli me Tangere by Fra Angelico “Noli me Tangere”. These famous words here in Latin … Continue reading

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