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Easter Sunday Reflection: John 20: 1-9

Easter Sunday Reflection: John 20: 1-9

Dear friends,

Not only is Easter the beginning of the new life of the glorified Christ, but it is also equally the beginning of the new life for all of us who believe.

We have no doubt, with the resurrection of Jesus Christ, that the grave is not a destination but a process- the cross is not an end but a means to glory.

Today we celebrate this truth. We also celebrate the ultimate triumph of good over evil, peace over chaos, and light over darkness.


With expectant hope, we know that this light will continue to outshine the darkness, Truth will always conquer falsehood, good will triumph over evil, and life will exceed death.

The darkness which covered the whole world as Jesus breathed his last did not endure forever. We now see the morning!


Today we all stand with Mary Magdalene at the empty tomb!

It is indeed a day to fully "rejoice and be glad" (Ps 118 : 22)"

And just as Mary did not keep this joy and good news of the resurrection to herself, neither can we!

Just as Jesus called her by name, He calls each of us today by name to be missionary disciples who share and proclaim the good news of the resurrection with all those we meet.

Let us carry this message of hope to the poor, the sick, and the brokenhearted that beyond the gloomy darkness of Good Friday lies the glorious dawn of Easter Sunday.

"We are Easter people and ALLELUIA is our song!!!"

Fr Frank Kyazze Lwanga