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Editorial | Alleluia! He is risen

The celebrations of Easter and Divine Mercy Sunday are opportunities to meditate on the many blessings God has given us. The hope of the Resurrection and the manifestation of God's infinite mercy provide each of us with strength to deal with and overcome difficulties we face.

Jesus' glorious resurrection from the dead at first sparked hope and courage in only a few disciples. But that spark has since been fanned into a vigorous strength because Christ is alive in all of us. He is the world's only Savior. He continues to stand over all human history. He makes our history salvation history.

St. Peter advises us to be ready always with the reason for our hope (1 Peter 3:15).

Christ rising from the dead, as He said He would, is the reason for our hope.

Alleluia!

Blessed Easter. 

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