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This joyful Eastertide

On this feast of St Philip and St James and the fifth Sunday after Easter in our calendar, I convey my Paschal greetings to those using the Julian Calendar on this day of Easter. Many forget that England used the … Continue reading

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Happy Easter!

I sought a representation that would be original and striking. Here the wounds of the crucifixion of Christ are clearly seen. The glorified body of Christ is completely bloodless. He is shaking off the burial bandages and is in a … Continue reading

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Mysterium Paschale

I would like to wish all my readers a glorious Easter full of the joy of this emerging spring (at least those of us in the northern hemisphere) and faith in the victory of life over death that this mystery … Continue reading

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La Risurrezione di Cristo

Yesterday, I sang the praises of that great Italian musician and churchman Don Lorenzo Perosi. As we enter the Promised Land flowing with milk and honey, one of the Old Testament figures of the Transitus Domini, I present you one … Continue reading

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O Filii et Filiae

I wish you all a happy and glorious Easter in the joy of the Risen One. This setting of O Filii et Filiae is taken from the monumental oratorio of Franz Liszt, Christus. Like the peace and reverence of the … Continue reading

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