Peace be with you on this Wednesday of the Third Week of Easter!
This Easter Season, especially, unlike past Easters, has a profound significance for all of us suffering through the current global pandemic. In the words of a popular proverb, “It is human nature always to find fresh cause for optimism.” And, in the words of poet Alexander Pope, “Hope springs eternal…”
So, let us find fresh cause for optimism and let hope spring forth!
In today’s Scriptures, there is great joy at the power of God to heal and give life.
May Almighty God bless you and your ohana, + In the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen, Alleluia
Blessings, pono and much pule!
Fr. Brian, ss.cc.