Today, we pronounce the gospel that Christ is risen and death’s reign is over.
We keep it simple and look at three ways to respond to this remarkable reading, a hymn of the ancient church, today: We are to contemplate what Christ has done, become a people who witness what Christ has done, and learn to live what Christ has done.
We talk about the gospel according to Paul, and what it means to set our mind on the Spirit. We look at what it means to live, breathe, die, and trust God with everything.
In the middle of the Covid-19 crisis (or maybe in the beginning of it…), we pause to be invited into the peace of God.
Please forgive the recording issues – the recording for this homily starts about 1/4 of the way through.