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This first Sunday after Easter has several names. If you’re counting the number of Sundays after Easter (a week of weeks or seven Sundays), it’s the first Sunday after Easter. If you’re keeping track of church attendance, then today is sometimes called “low Sunday,” and you can probably guess why! If you’re keeping an eye on the main characters in the Gospel Lesson, then it is “Thomas Sunday,” as we follow him from doubt to faith. But if you’re following the Introit of the day as a thematic statement for the Sunday, then today is Quasimodogeniti Sunday, a tongue-twister for “new born babe Sunday.” We will follow the newborn babe theme today, building on the words of St. Peter, “As newborn babes desire the sincere milk of the word.” Continue reading
…at least productive musically. Here are the introits for the Sundays after Easter, Ascension, Pentecost, Trinity, and the First-Eighth Sundays after. Hopefully we’ll remain caught up from here on out. After the completion of the summer introits I hope to … Continue reading
Todd A. Peperkorn, STM Messiah Lutheran Church Kenosha, Wisconsin The Resurrection of Our Lord (April 12, 2009) Job 19:23-27; I Cor. 15:12-25; Mark 16:1-8 TITLE: “A Bright Future in Jesus” Grace to you and peace from God our Father and … Continue reading
Here’s the introit for the Resurrection of our Lord. Apologies on not getting Maundy Thursday’s introit up in time. Next year! Easter