emmausI hope that I die during the Easter Season. Then there may be a chance that the liturgy would include the Easter account of the two persons journeying to Emmaus, hearing a Stranger talk to their hearts “burning within” them, and then recognizing the Christ in the breaking of the bread. There’s hardly a story in Scripture that fascinates and excites me more. The plot is fashioned for suspense. The dialogue reveals character. The setting carries the story along. And the denouement?  Awesome!

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  1. Sr. Joan Marie Recker on April 9, 2015 at 9:33 pm

    Yes, this story has all that you say it has, Valerie. Beautiful meditation!

  2. Sister Celine on April 13, 2015 at 12:24 am

    Powerful thought, Sr. Valerie. Thank you. Alleluia!!

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