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Viewpoint: Much will be required of those with much

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Every Saturday, a local newspaper features excerpts from Sunday homilies, including occasional Catholic ones, in a section called “From the Pulpit.”

Easter weekend featured a Unitarian minister’s reflections. Unitarians profess a free search for truth and meaning and do not assert any creed. Needless to say, their theology can be very different than Catholic or mainline Protestant belief. Sometimes, it’s useful to see a new perspective.

The writer acknowledged, “While I celebrate Easter, my understanding of it may not be the same as yours.” Read more »

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Catechetical corner: Easter season is heart of church’s year

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The Easter season has begun and in our Catholic faith, Easter is the primary holy day and season of the year. Many folks look at Christmas as the biggest feast of the church year because it represents God coming in the flesh. Thinking that Christmas is the main feast of the church is understandable, but that is not the case.

Easter is the day around which the entire church year revolves.

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