Synodal Pathway: Synodal Sunday Reflection for Easter Sunday9th April 2023

Dear Friends,

In advance of this joyous Easter Sunday, Archbishop Eamon Martin shares with us the urgency of Mary Magdalen and the young disciple, John, as they run to share and see what is happening. He shares how John also had the patience to wait for the older disciple, Simon Peter, to catch up and go in first to verify the Good News. The synodal journey requires some of this urgency and youthfulness for the Gospel but we must also be careful to respect the wisdom of its years…

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Kindest regards as always,

Julieann Moran
General Secretary

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