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Sunday, April 8, 2012
PHOTOS: Obamas Attend Easter Sunday Services
Pope Criticizes Syria Regime At
Easter Mass
T.D. Jakes: An Easter Prayer
PHOTOS: Amazing Painted Easter Eggs From Around The World
PHOTOS: Pope At Easter Vigil:
“Life Is Stronger Than Death”
Bishop T.D. Jakes: An Easter Prayer
No matter how opulent my expression of praise may be, it cannot convey the enormity of my appreciation.
Rev. Peter Baldwin Panagore: Does Easter Have Relevance?
It is important to recognize that the world at large is not Christian, and that America, in particular is changing rapidly. We are no longer all Christians here, if we ever were, which we were not. So, what relevance does Easter have in the world?
Catherine Meeks, Ph.D.: I Am Standing My Ground
When will all of us be outraged enough to take whatever steps we can to make sure that violence is brought to a halt in our land?
April L. Bogle: Draping Grief
This Easter weekend, I’m grateful to be able to see the divine love that is outside my windows and within me, rising, transforming, being reborn.
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach: A Conversation With Trayvon Martin’s Mother
“If Trayvon can die and no one pays a price, it can be someone else’s child next time. This isn’t only about our family, it’s about all families. It’s about all children. Trayvon is everyone’s child.”