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    Sunday, April 04, 2004

    The First Steps of Holy Week

    Today's liturgical events of Christ's entrance into Jerusalem began for us a beautiful reinactment of the last events of Christ's physical life on earth. I love it. I love the retellings and the whole dramatically reverent experience. Fr. Wayne said in his homily this morning that Holy Week is the closest we will get to actually participating in those moments. What a treasure the Church offers us. What a wonderful way to allow us thick-skulled humans to fully comprehend something that happened so long ago yet affects us so completey today. Isn't it so true that the best way to learn about something is to actually touch it, feel it, and interact with it? That's what I need, at least.

    Have a blessed Holy Week experience.


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