Marcellino D'Ambrosio contemplates Christ's resurrection and how it changes the way we see death in "God's Antidote to Sin and Death," published in Integrated Catholic Life.
Sometimes we fall so short when trying to teach our children. Sometimes, not science, but only poetry will do. John Cuddeback of Bacon from Acorns provides a perfect example in "Daddy, Why are there Flowers?"
Rorate reviews a children's book, Painted Saints, re-published by Angelus Press. It sounds like a lovely little book for the Easter season--and the rest of the year, too. Nice to have on hand for children's gifts. Think First Communion, godchild's birthday. . .