The last enemy to be destroyed is death. But death is roaring all around us these days in the midst of the pandemic. That makes “Holy Humor Sunday,” a tradition of RMC for the last few years, a lot more difficult right now. But in many ways, our times are much less treacherous than those faced by the early church.
What does it mean to let the laughter of Easter hope rise up around us, not only when the world seems right and good, but also when disease and despair are all around.