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The good news about the Resurrection is that it's about us and our rebirth. Christ is risen, Jesus has left the tomb. The question for us is if we can abandon our own, leaving the old trappings behind and live in the blinding light of Christ’s empty tomb.
يا فرحي المسيح قام المسيح قام من بين الأموات ووطىء الموت بالموت ووهب الحياة للذين في القبور. ووهب الحياة أيضاً لنا نحن الذين مازلنا نعيش في العالم لأن خطايانا صارت قبر لنا.
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May 16th St Brendan the Navigator Abbot of Clonfert Ireland (~577) St. Brendan, regarded as one of the Twelve Apostles of Ireland, was born into the Altraige clan around 484 at Tralee in the district of Kerry, on the west coast of Ireland. His parents were Finnlug and Cara of a seafaring family who lived on the Bay of Tralee. Brendan was baptized by the Irish Saint Eric the Bishop of Slane with the name ‘Broenfinn’ meaning ‘fair-drop’. He was educated by two other Irish Saints, St. Brigid of Munster and St. Finnian of Clonard.
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