The Beautiful History Of Easter…From a Child’s Perspective

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Today’s video narrates the story of Easter from a child’s perspective. As with a few other videos that we have posted of this nature, the child’s simplicity has a way of penetrating past our routinized indifference and restoring in us a sense of simplicity and awe. It is important to remember God’s call to be like “children.” And “we must not be afraid of goodness or even tenderness!” as our Holy Father, Pope Francis wisely reminded us recently.

 

An Easter Greeting from Catholic-Link!

“O Death, where is your sting? O Hell, where is your victory? Christ is risen, and you are overthrown. Christ is risen, and the demons are fallen. Christ is risen, and the angels rejoice. Christ is risen, and life reigns. Christ is risen, and not one dead remains in the grave. For Christ, being risen from the dead, is become the first fruits of those who have fallen asleep. To Him be glory and dominion unto ages of ages.” (St. John Chrysostom, Easter Homily)

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The Beautiful History Of Easter…From a Child’s Perspective

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