This Easter will truly be a time to remember. No joyous Mass together with glorious music, no shouts of “Alleluia, Christ is risen!” with the responses of “Christ is risen, indeed, alleluia!” No first ringing of bells after our solemn Lent. No blessings of the fresh candles and consecration of new Sacrament. No children’s ‘unburying of the alleluias’ outside and flowering of the Cross. As if to magnify the strangeness, the time of Vigil began with dark thunder- storms continuing Easter Day, to be followed by a Spring freezing spell. We celebrate today using the miracle of modern technology, in virtual format. But celebrate weRead More →