Category: Easter

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How vast the Father’s love for us

The picture on the top of this article is one of my favorite religious images. It’s an icon of the resurrection, specifically, of Jesus’ descent into “the place of the dead.” This is the event we remember every time we say the line in Apostles’ Creed, about Jesus “descended into hell.” After his death, Jesus went to the place where the righteous figures from the Old Testament were waiting for the Messiah to defeat sin...

Happy Easter from WPI!

“We Christians believe and know that Christ’s resurrection is the true hope of the world, the hope that does not disappoint. It is the power of the grain of wheat, the power of that love which humbles itself and gives itself to the very end, and thus truly renews the world.” — Pope Francis, Urbi et Orbi message, Easter 2018 On behalf of the contributors to Where Peter Is, I hope you all had a...

The Church’s Dark Hour

Just one week ago, Jesus Christ entered triumphantly into Jerusalem. The crowd cheered Him up by saluting Him with palms and hosannas. The environment was one of optimism. It seemed like the messianic kingdom was at hand! It was, indeed, but not in the way the crowd thought. Fast forward one week and all that enthusiasm waned. The crowd no longer cries hosannas, but rather “Crucify Him”. All the support Christ had garnered the previous...