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Easter Morning: Mary of Magdala’s Experience

Recapping Friday’s post: whether Jesus died from cardiac rupture, cardiorespiratory failure or something else, the main point is that he died. Then Jesus was buried. Again, let’s remember that he was, in the words of the Munckin coroner in “Wizard … Continue reading

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Making a Cross From Four Palm Fronds

Here in central Minnesota, palm fronds are part of our Palm Sunday Mass. We generally take them home, fold them into the shape of a cross while they’re still green and pliable, and put them somewhere in the home where … Continue reading

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Palm Sunday, 2023: Holy Week Begins

Today is Palm Sunday, the start of Holy Week. Lent is almost over. At Mass this morning, we walked through our Lord’s last days in Jerusalem, starting with the first century equivalent of a ticker tape parade. Jesus was top … Continue reading

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