LISTEN: Reflection for Easter Sunday – Year C

Like the women who come to Jesus’s tomb in the early morning, we are entrusted with sharing the message that Jesus is risen. That beyond the darkness and seeming hopelessness in our church, our country and our global society, Christ is alive. It is a message the world needs to hear. Some, who no longer come to Church, who are disillusioned by the crises and scandals, or who feel themselves on the margins, may not be open to hearing that message in words. They may however, be able to “catch it” from us when we live it. The challenge of our witness is to see and face the brokenness of our reality, and yet live out of a conviction that Christ is indeed risen.

Join Annemarie Paulin-Campbell as she reflects on the readings for Easter Sunday.

Read the texts in your Bible or hover your mouse over the references below to see the texts:
Acts 10:34, 37-43; Psalm 118; Colossians 3:1-4; John 20:1-9.

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Dr Annemarie Paulin-Campbell

Dr Annemarie Paulin-Campbell has worked in the area of Ignatian Spirituality for 19 years and heads up the work of the Jesuit Institute School of Spirituality. Her primary focus is the training and supervision of spiritual directors and the giving of retreats. She is also a registered Psychologist and her PhD focused on the interface between Christian Spirituality and Psychology. Annemarie is an editorial advisor to “The Way” journal of Spirituality and has authored a number of articles relating to the training of Spiritual Directors in an African context. She has contributed to several books, most recently co-authoring a book of Lenten Reflections: “Long Journey to the Resurrection”. She has contributed to international conferences and consultations in Spirituality in the United Kingdom; the United States; Rome; Spain, Ethiopia, Kenya and Zimbabwe. @annemariepc_c
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