Easter 2018

What are our doubts and commands?

April 8th, 2018
This week's Gospel, John 20: 19-31, begins with the disciples, except for Thomas, gathered in a locked room. They are afraid. Their leader was crucified and they are all alone. It is easy for us to relate to this but the next thing that happens, is a game changer. Jesus appears to them, and says "Peace be with you." He shows them his hands and his side. Jesus is alive! His Resurrection not only changed them profoundly, but it changed the course of human history. We are never alone in our locked rooms. But what about Thomas, he isn't there. Listen to Fr. Chris as talks about the real doubts and commands that not only Thomas had, but we all have. Thomas wouldn't believe until he not only saw but touched Jesus' side. We all have doubts and fears. Though we can't physically touch the side of Jesus, like Thomas could, Fr. Chris explains how we can close the gap between our doubts and our faith. For Jesus said in Matthew 28:20, " lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age."


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