Sunday, April 19, 2015

Homily: Third Sunday of Easter

So we moved from Lent into Easter, singing our alleluias, with the church bells pealing, rejoicing that Jesus Christ is risen indeed – but what do we do now?  How does this Easter Season change us?  How do we live differently than we did before?  
In this week’s readings we hear a word repeated twice which leading linguistics experts say is a, “linguistic and theological tragedy and the worst translation in the New Testament.”  What is the word? And once you understand what it really means – how can it answer the questions raised?
How can it change your life?

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