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Lenten Lectionary | Easter 2020: Can Fear, Grief, Joy Coexist Together?

By Nora Lozano | April 8, 2020

COVID-19 has taken a toll on us. How do we talk about resurrection and new life in a world where fear and grief seem to be the dominant emotional and mental states? Yet Easter reminds us fear and joy can coexist together.

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