Easter Vigil. All is silent, but full of hope.
The last Adam grasps the hand of the first Adam,
And yanks him out of his grave.
The Mother of God wipes away Eve’s tears.
All around the mortal rock of the tomb,
the garden of Eden blossoms. (Bartholomaios I, Ecumenical Patriarch)
Here are some highlights of Easter Celebrations at Redwoods:
Sr. Gertrude sings the Exultet, the Easter Proclamation.
Fr. Simeon and Sisters sing the Easter Alleluia:
Easter Day Mass
Every journey is a liminal space, an in-between time, spanning where I am now and where I hope to end up. While a journey often involves some physical travel, a meaningful journey is accompanied by a displacement of a habitual dispositions and mindsets, while engaging an inner dimension. ...
Monday of the Sixth Week of Easter
Year of the Family "Amoris Laetitia The Joy of Love"
Readings of the Day
Rule of Saint Benedict: Ch 5:1-13 Obedience
Mass: Acts 16:11-15; Resp Ps 149; Jn 15:26-16:4aThis is the glory of all His faithful.
MARY, QUEEN OF PEACE,PRAY FOR US.
The first step of humility is unhesitating obedience, which comes naturally to those who cherish Christ above all.
(Rule of Saint Benedict, 5:1)