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April 18, 2020

Mk 16:9-15

Mark’s telling of these events is far more succinct than the other evangelists. The risen Lord rebukes the disciples for their reaction to the witness of those who had seen him. Nonetheless he sends them out. Though silence and fear seem an inappropriate way to conclude the account, perhaps Mark intended it to propel the early Church to live out the rest of the story.

 I see a very human response, fear and silence. Perhaps I see my response. Yet, I have to believe you. Your Spirit would have brought me up and out of myself to courageously speak the truth. Isn’t that what you do for me today?

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