The tomb is empty. Of course the tomb is empty. To be honest, I would be more shocked if it wasn't. If somehow I awoke this Easter morning and the stone was not rolled away. The last three days, the Triduum, have run like clockwork: A meal and some washing Thursday, an execution and much mourning Friday, and this morning, when all is said and done, an empty tomb.
I mean, come on, it happens every year... [read the rest here]
Saturday, April 3, 2010
Colleen Gibson on the empty tomb
Fairfield graduate Colleen Gibson ('09) reflects on the gospel for Easter Sunday, John 20:1-9
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