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Pope's Easter Vigil Homily: We Celebrate the First Day of the New Creation Comments

'The first day of the week was the third day after Jesus' death. It was the day when he showed himself to his disciples as the Risen Lord. In truth, this encounter had something unsettling about it. The world had changed. This man who had died was now living with a life that was no longer threatened by any death. A new form of life had been inaugurated, a new dimension of creation', Pope Benedict proclaimed to the faithful. Continue Reading

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  1. Jude L. Fernandes
    3 years ago

    May God bless you for the simplicity of the Easter Vigil Message. It is nice to have access to such enlightening teachings. Happy Easter!

  2. CQ
    3 years ago

    The Pope's Easter homily message is alive and speaks of Creation; the best love story ever told in this World. Christ who is the forethought of God, repairs the broken relationship between God and Man. In the spirit of Easter, fallen humanity has reconciled with God. Christ came, Christ saw and Christ conquered evil.

    Evil has no victory over the risen Lord Jesus the Christ. Salvation History in the love story of Creation still continues, a true suffering love which is patient and eternal.


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