COMMENTARY: Our Lord’s submission to death and his subsequent resurrection, even if they do not explain fully or answer all our questions concerning the suffering of the innocent, do comfort and encourage us.
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COMMENTARY: May this Holy Week be one whose reenactment, even in these days of shuttered churches, be a time of renewed gratitude for the gift of Christ.
Two weeks ago, on March 23, Archbishop Aymond announced that he had tested positive for coronavirus and that he was in self-quarantine with mild symptoms.
Pope Francis said that the coronavirus pandemic has allowed people to see that “the real heroes” are not the “famous, rich and successful people,” but are those who “are giving themselves in order to serve others.”
Christian hope, the pope said, is “the hope of a better time, in which we can be better, finally freed from evil and from this pandemic.”
The Paschal Triduum is the three days leading up to and including Easter Sunday beginning at sundown Holy Thursday, and ending on sundown Easter Sunday.