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Easter Sunday: Gospel reflection on Luke 24:35-48, Sunday, April 14, 2024.

In this week’s Gospel, Jesus appears again to his disciples and shares a meal with them. Discuss with your family: Tell me about a special meal we’ve shared as a family. Jesus shared meals with his disciples. This week, we heard about a meal that Jesus and his disciples shared together after Jesus rose from the dead. Jesus appeared to the disciples and said, “Peace be with you.” At first the disciples were terrified, but then they were joyful and amazed when they recognized Jesus. What did the disciples give Jesus to eat? (fish) After he ate, Jesus gave the disciples a mission, to tell other people about his life, Death and Resurrection and his message of God’s love and forgiveness. When we are old enough, we receive a special meal during Mass. What is this meal? (Holy Communion, the Eucharist) Jesus is present to us when we celebrate this Sacrament, and we receive God’s grace to help us tell others about him. What is something you heard in the Gospel that you would like to share with your family when you eat together today? Now let’s say a prayer of thanks for the meals we share with our families.

Pope Francis:

The Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network is a pontifical work with the mission of mobilizing Catholics through prayer and action, in the face of the challenges confronting humanity and the mission of the Church. The prayer intention for April is: For the role of women. In his prayer intention, Pope Francis says, “the dignity and worth of women be recognized in every culture, and for an end to the discrimination they face in various parts of the world.”  The Pope points out that “In theory, we all agree that men and women have the same dignity as persons. But this does not play out in practice.” (Pope Francis). The full article with Vatican News and the New Pope Video.  

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