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CAM NGHIEM SONG LOI CHUA - THE GREATEST FEAST PDF Print E-mail

THE GREATEST FEAST

FR LINH NGUYỄN

Thus, today's Gospel tells us that Jesus rose from the dead on "the first day of the week" (John 20:1). Within about a hundred years of Jesus' resurrection Christians were celebrating the great Easter Vigil, beginning after dark on Holy Saturday and continuing until dawn on Easter morning. During this vigil, Christians heard salvation history through scripture readings, celebrated the resurrection of Jesus, and looked forward to his return. At the vigil men and women who had gone through three years of instruction were baptized and received First Comm.

We celebrate the Resurrection for fifty days, and for the rest of the year every Sunday is a kind of "mini-Easter." Easter is the culmination of Christ's life, death, and resurrection that we celebrate "with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth" (1 Corinthians 5:8). If you have not been to church for a while, we invite you to come back again and know that you are welcome in the community of faith. Please speak to the priest after Mass or call the parish office and let us help you feel ........

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