The White House Easter Egg Roll has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Office of the First Lady announced Monday that the Easter Egg Roll was called off “out of an abundance of caution and in accordance with the National Emergency Declaration concerning the COVID-19.” Read More
by Brent Landau Christians across the globe are celebrating Easter today – the day on which the resurrection of Jesus is said to have taken place. The date of celebration changes from year to year. The reason for this variation is that Easter always falls on the first Sunday… Read More
by Emma Elliott Freire Ah, Easter egg hunts. They’re a fun, wholesome, all-American tradition. Or are they? As many parents can attest, Easter egg hunts also have a dark side. Last Saturday, my husband and I took our four-year-old daughter and two-year-old son to an Easter egg hunt sponsored by… Read More
This weekend marks a Holy Week for many citizens across Tennessee and the world, as we celebrate Passover and Easter. In America, religious beliefs are critical to many of our founding principles. There is no denying the significant impact that faith has had on our nation, from the Puritans to… Read More
One of the most wondrous things about Easter — the Christian faith’s most sacred holiday — is the sheer miracle of it all. Jesus strode the earth among mere mortals, who either looked to Him hungrily for life’s meaning or eyed Him with suspicion and fear. Read More
Saint John Paul once said that, in the providence of God, there are “no such thing as coincidences.” Presumably, then, it was providential that on the Friday before this most Holy Week in the Christian calendar, a French police officer and devout Catholic gave his life — like Christ —… Read More
This week I received this wonderful letter from a dear friend and fellow Catholic. He’s one of my favorite new friends for a lot of reasons — his generosity, his kindness, his concern for my family, and because he sends me reminders of what’s important in life, such as this… Read More