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Today is the day when words sound utterly trite.

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John 20:1-18

1Early on the first day of the week, while it was still dark, Mary Magdalene came to the tomb and saw that the stone had been removed from the tomb. 

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Six years ago, as Easter was approaching, I read to the congregation in my sermon an unusually long quote written by a young man named Benjamin Moberg.

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The journey of priesthood often traverses difficult terrain. In my years as a priest I have faced many painful situations, but not many as hard as the reality faced by a woman I came to know early in my years of ministry in Manitoba.

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Here are a few video resources to support your Easter observances over these strange days of our COVID Easter –

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A note inserted in our Easter Sunday pew leaflet this morning:

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From this morning’s pew leaflet:
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Good Friday appears to be a complete dead-end.

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It is interesting occasionally to revisit old sermons. Twelve years ago, I preached a sermon on this coming Sunday’s Gospel reading – John 21:1-19.

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This is the day when words sound utterly trite.

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