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Jesus the Gardener

Both the lectionary readings and the Daily Office readings for Holy Week tell again and again how Christ Jesus was seen after the Crucifixion. The women at the empty tomb. The skeptical eleven. The disciples fleeing to Emmaus. But the one that touches me the most is in the Gospel of John (20:1-18). Mary Magdalene has gone to the tomb, found it empty, and rushed to tell Simon Peter and the one whom Jesus loved. Peter and the younger man […]

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