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Happy Easter

open tomb with sunlight pouring in

Happy Easter!

No, I’m not late. Because we celebrate an octave of Easter in the Catholic Church, it’s still Easter for us. In a way, I could really wish everyone a Happy Easter every Sunday, throughout the year, since each Sunday is a mini Easter — a feast of Our Lord’s Resurrection, a celebration of eternal life.

Here are a few Easter cards for you, to share the joy with you as well as to give you some reflections from my book, It’s Good to Be Here:

There is no Easter, there is no Eternal Life, without the creation of life. Springtime is a natural time to celebrate newness of life as well as the sanctity of Creation. So, celebrating Christmas, Easter, and Earth Day all in one, here are some more quote cards for you and your sacred wonder:

And in case you’re wondering if I am using these reflections to also promote my book… you’re right. 🙂 If you’ve read it and you liked it, then please leave a review on Amazon! If you haven’t read it, then please learn more about it on the It’s Good to Be Here website and consider making it your next read. Yes, my book can be purchased on Amazon, but it’s only $5 from the publisher!

As I work on my new book (working title, This Is My Body: A Disabled Woman’s Discovery of Beauty and Truth), I pray that you all will be blessed with the joy of Easter.

© 2022 Christina Chase

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Although crippled by disease, I'm fully alive in love. I write about the terrible beauty and sacred wonder of life, while living with physical disability and severe dependency. A revert to the Catholic faith through atheism, I'm not afraid to ask life's big questions. I explore what it means to be fully human through my weekly blog and have written a book: It's Good to Be Here, published by Sophia Institute Press.

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