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This Easter we are invited to enter the scene as if we were part of the natural world - the hewn rock tomb or a plant changed by resurrected light. These contemplations cannot help but provoke feelings of gratitude and compel us towards action on behalf of creation.
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Just as the sun peaks over the horizon announcing the dawn of a new day, three women, Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, and Salome find themselves journeying to the tomb where Jesus is buried.
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Good Friday is not the whole story. Suffering is not the whole story. But even in the radiant newness of Easter Sunday, Good Friday is not to be forgotten. We remember. We stay close to what is broken as it is made whole.