Easter, Season of Realized Hope

Catherine Upchurch

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ISBN: 9780814666142, 6614
Details: 48 pgs, 5 1/4 x 8 1/4
Publication Date: 03/01/2022

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Easter is the high point of the church year and the very heart of Christian hope, and yet sometimes we are tempted to simply move on once Easter Sunday is over. Easter, Season of Realized Hope invites us to linger a bit. Join the women who visit the tomb of Jesus in the early morning and encounter the risen Lord. Travel with the disciples walking to Emmaus and let your heart burn with recognition. Learn from Paul what a difference it makes that Christ is risen. Let your deepest hopes be realized. 

Catherine (Cackie) Upchurch served for many years as the director of Little Rock Scripture Study and is the general editor of the Little Rock Catholic Study Bible. Cackie is the author of several more books in this series, including Mary, Moses, Hospitality, and Christmas, and she is a regular contributor to Give Us This Day (Liturgical Press). In addition to writing for a variety of Catholic publications, Cackie enjoys directing retreats and working with adults in various types of faith formation.

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"We are in need of hope now more than ever. Easter, Season of Realized Hope is a needed gift at this time. Amid today’s struggles and questions, the book’s reflections, conversation questions, prayers, and suggestions for action ground us in who we are called to be: a people of Easter spirituality. We believe in resurrection; we know the stone will be rolled away."
Janet Schaeffler, OP, Author, Deepening Faith: Adult Faith Formation in the Parish

"In Catherine Upchurch’s Easter, Season of Realized Hope, we are once again challenged and comforted by her call to read, reflect, and act, especially during the Easter season. Upchurch invites us to encounter the risen Christ in Scripture, reflecting on what our response would have been and what it is today. We are comforted by the focus on 'realized hope' and fortified by the assurance that Jesus lives in us today."
Barbara Efird , LRSS Facilitator, The Catholic Community of St. Francis of Assisi, Raleigh, North Carolina

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