364 Days without Easter Sunday
“A bishop from a country with a Marxist government said to me that what was most characteristic of that world, no longer allowed to be open to anything transcendent, was its unbelievable dreariness, the boredom of a world that can expect nothing but itself and the everlasting grayness of leaden everday life with no celebration, in which, ultimately, nothing else can arrive because man alone simply reproduces himself. In such a dreary wilderness, in the grayness of merely self-made life, there awakes a longing for something completely different to happen…
…for too long we have talked about man; let us finally talk about God again.”
Video Disclaimer: I prefer The Cross to the hammer…or my mac for that matter.