From the Bishop
…and they said nothing to anyone, for they were afraid (Mark 16:8).

Easter is not for the faint of heart.

The women had come to the tomb facing what they thought was a big problem – how they would move the stone away from the opening. It was the Sabbath and they had spices with which they intended to anoint the body. There seems to be no evidence they were afraid of the soldiers or of touching the dead body. They weren’t even afraid when they found the stone rolled away. They went right in. continue reading

Bishop Mansholt gives permission to share or re-print his message.