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08/04/2012

Easter Living

This year I haven't blogged anything substantial about Easter, perhaps because I've allowed myself to become distracted and disconnected from this period of the Christian calendar through a relentless focus on work. Given I currently work for a Catholic organisation, there is probably some irony to be found in this.

Also, I think there is much great writing already out there on Easter, in published print and around the blogosphere - much better than I could write about this deeply moving, yet theologically confusing, time of year.

The standout read for me has been this blog post by Carl Gregg on the need to practice resurrection.

Happy Easter

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