Tag Archive: The Passion

Pilate and Claudia

“I thrust my hand towards him, and bellowed, ‘Behold, the Man!'”

All Things New: A Passiontide Reflection

“The deluge comes forth, blood and water pouring forth from the cup that overflows, to the last drop, to the farthest extent, to the breaking point of the Unbroken One for those broken beings who do not know what they are doing…”

The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved: Part 4

As the events of the Passion unfold, St. John recounts his experience beneath the cross.

Through Those Eyes: The Light of Divine Mercy

 Authors Note: This image of the crowned head of Our Lord hangs in the entrance of the Stone Church of the Madonna on the Hill in Fort Lee, NJ built in 1854 where… Continue reading

The True Myth: Easter as the Greatest Story Ever Told

A look at Easter as the Greatest Story Ever Told, and the one “True Myth”, combining historical believability with the power of Eucatastrophe.

Passion Play

“He held a wooden cross before him, the guard’s whip cracking at his heels…”

Sacrifice of the Sun

“The moon calls to wind, ‘Blow hither the clouds to shield my beauty fair…’”

Queen of Priests, Mother of Sorrow: Our Lady’s Role in Holy Week

Read this overview of Our Lady’s role in Holy Week as Queen of Priests and Mother of Sorrows by Aurora Mandeville.