"Do not abandon yourselves to despair. We are an Easter people and Alleluia is our song." - Pope John Paul II
Sr. Linda reflects on our invitation to be resurrection people using one of her favorite songs, You Raise Me Up by Josh Groban.
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This podcast episode reflects on Joy Harjo's poem "Praise the Rain" and encourages us to reflect on the question, "What can you praise today?"
What do you see when you look at the picture below?
Recently, in an attempt to appease Patrick, my very social three-year-old nephew, my sister-in-law, Shawna, explained that no, they could not go to the park, or to visit Nana or out to dinner because, “The world is sick.” Since then, Patrick has earnestly asked, “Is the world still sick?” in hopes that maybe, the world is “all better” and he can get back to his normal social life. As I look at this picture, I see Christ holding our sick world. I take comfort in knowing that God’s tight, warm embrace is around all of us - the old who are sick, the brave who are providing care, the patient who are teaching at home, the lonely who long for companionship, the young who just want the world to be all better. - Maria Marx, Associate Director of Campus Ministry
Campus Ministry's Top Picks for this Week:
YouTube: Some Good News with John Krasinski
Movie: I Can Only Imagine (Available on Prime Video)
Book: The Happiness Project