The Easter Mystery in our Lives
At Easter we celebrate Jesus' resurrection from the dead.
We see how the liturgical celebration uses things and symbols, such as light, water, fire, bread and wine.
These elements are for us humans who believe and actively participate in the Easter celebration. It nourishes and strengthens our spiritual life. We experience this well at Easter time, so we can really say happy Easter.
We are thinking of those who are unable to participate due to the corona pandemic.
I want to share a text from 1 Peter 1:3-9 that goes straight to my heart:
Blessed be God the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who in his great mercy has given us a new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead and into a heritage that can never be spoilt or soiled and never fade away.
It is reserved in heaven for you who are being kept safe by God's power through faith until the salvation which has been prepared is revealed at the final point of time.
This is a great joy to you, even though for a short time yet you must bear all sorts of trials;
so that the worth of your faith, more valuable than gold, which is perishable even if it has been tested by fire, may be proved -- to your praise and honour when Jesus Christ is revealed.
You have not seen him, yet you love him; and still without seeing him you believe in him and so are already filled with a joy so glorious that it cannot be described; and you are sure of the goal of your faith, that is, the salvation of your souls.
We wish you a blessed Easter.
Celebration of mass - registration
Changes in the regulations for the covid-19 pandemy from 9.3.2021:
Up to 20 faithful may now join for mass. Visitors have to be registrated for possible infection tracing.
Please register by phone to Sr. Carmelita, 967 22 691, with name, phone and number of visitors. It is important to do this in due time to get a seat.
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