On this Easter Saturday we continue onward with our 50 days of Easter Joy! This evening we enter into a time of preparing for tomorrow, the Second Sunday of Easter, Divine Mercy Sunday. The holy Gospel is from John 20:19-31, the story of
Sit with the Word of God for awhile.
Consider how the resurrected Jesus appears to the disciples in the locked room proclaiming 'Peace be with you.' Now Thomas was out at the time and he is adament that he will not
believe their reports of his appearance unless he is able to put his hand in his side. A week later the Lord appears again this time with Thomas present.
Can you remember the rest of the scripture passage?
To prepare for Mass tomorrow
the readings may be located at: www.usccb.org. Monthly subscription publications such as Magnificat are also a reliable source of spiritual enrichment providing the daily readings along with reflections and supplements
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The true meaning of Sunday is meant for a day of joy! It is the day of ressurection. How are you able to enter into Sunday more completely as a day of rest and worship?