Thursday, April 21, 2011

Triduum Reads (and a Listen)

  • "I decided to take my journalism and legal training (I was legal editor of the Chicago Tribune) and systematically investigate whether there was any credibility to Christianity," writes Lee Strobel, "now celebrating my 30th Easter as a Christian" — How Easter Killed My Faith in Atheism

  • "It’s our very sleepiness to the presence of God that renders us insensitive to evil: we don’t hear God because we don’t want to be disturbed, and so we remain indifferent to evil" — Indifference to God brings indifference to evil, says Pope.

  • "An Indian artist has recreated the Way to Calvary all on canvas," informs this report on a "series by artist Philip V D’Mello titled 'Reflections' on the suffering of Christ is being exhibited at the Orchid Art Gallery in Mangalore during Holy Week" — Artist captures Passion of Christ.

  • "How are the rest of us meant to fill this bleak and seemingly endless day?" asks John Zmirak — Holy Day on Ice

  • Daniel Nichols has a sad reminder — Palestinian Christians Blocked from Holy Sites — and some incredibly beautiful music — For Great and Holy Thursday: Metropolitan Hilarion’s “Passion of St Matthew”.
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