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Easter

8 Ways to continue the joy of Easter

Easter Sunday is only the beginning of the Easter season. There's still so much joy to be had!

Why we can expect to be loved

Because Christ is risen, everything is different—even if it doesn’t feel like it very often.

Did you know that many saints in the early Church raised people from the dead?

According to tradition, after Jesus' resurrection God allowed many other people to rise from the grave.

What the oldest Easter homily we have tells us about God

Ancient Church scholars were adept at bridging the Old and New Testaments.

The spiritual symbolism of Jesus’ appearances on Easter Sunday

Jesus appeared multiple times on the day of his resurrection, and spiritual writers have reflected on the symbolism of each over the centuries.

Why celebrate Easter joy amid tears and flames?

Whether I feel like it or not, I’ll intone the Gloria again.

What is the Octave of Easter?

Easter Sunday and the following seven days present a special time to bask in the glory of the resurrection.

3 French chocolate dessert recipes to continue the Easter joy

These decadent desserts are perfect to use up all that Easter chocolate!

On Easter Monday pray this Psalm and let God renew your spirit

Easter is meant to be a season of regeneration and renewal.

Will you do the one thing the Risen Jesus asks?

Think of all the pain that could be avoided if we weren’t so timid.

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