The word "Easter" comes from Old English, meaning simply the "East." The sun which rises in the East, bringing light, warmth and hope, is a symbol for the Christian of the rising Christ, who is the true Light of the world. is a central symbol of this divine light, which is Christ. It is kept near the ambo throughout Easter Time, and lit for all liturgical celebrations.
Please see below for a PDF Reflection on the Exsultet.
Please also find weekly Reflections for the Season by LTP (Liturgy Training Publications) and a Scriptural Reflection (Lectio Divina) for each of the Sundays of the Season!
Let us Rejoice and be Glad, for He is Risen, Alleluia! Alleluia!
- The Exsultet - a Reflection.pdf
- Easter Sunday - Lectio Divina.pdf
- Additional Easter Sunday Resources.pdf
- 2nd Sun of Easter - Lectio Divina.pdf
- Additional 2nd Sun Resources.pdf
- 3rd Sun of Easter - Lectio Divina.pdf
- Additional 3rd Sun Resources.pdf
- 4th Sun of Easter - Lectio Divina.pdf
- Additional 4th Sun Resources.pdf
- 5th Sun of Easter - Lectio Divina.pdf
- Additional 5th Sun Resources.pdf
- 6th Sun of Easter - Lectio Divina.pdf
- Additional 6th Sun Resources.pdf
- Ascension - Lectio Divina.pdf
- Additional Ascension Resources.pdf
- Pentecost - Lectio Divina.pdf
- Additional Pentecost Resources.pdf