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Looking for the right words for your Easter Messages or perhaps an Easter Quote? Friends and family traditionally celebrate the holiday on Easter Sunday.
Loving Easter Messages
We wish you and your family the renewal of love, happiness and life. Have a wonderful Easter!
Celebrate this Easter with a heart filled with joy and peace. Have a blessed Easter!
On this Easter wishing you a joyous day and year.
Here’s to this Easter Holiday bringing you peace, love and happiness (and lots of chocolate Easter eggs)!
Sending you Easter hugs and kisses. Miss you.
Easter teaches us to embrace our faith in the Savior.
I hope this Easter finds you well – All of God’s blessings to you.
Wishing you and your family the best Easter!
Easter quotes, sayings and greetings
May you and your loved ones be blessed with God’s warm love and trust in his living grace this Easter.
Wishing you joy and happiness Easter Day!
Cards Easter Sayings
God bless you now and always. Christ has risen.
Easter Message from Pope Francis
The glorious Easter message, that Jesus, who was crucified is not here but risen (cf. Mt 28:5-6), offers us the comforting assurance that the abyss of death has been bridged and, with it, all mourning, lamentation and pain (cf. Rev 21:4). The Lord, who suffered abandonment by his disciples, the burden of an unjust condemnation and shame of an ignominious death, now makes us sharers of his immortal life and enables us to see with his eyes of love and compassion those who hunger and thirst, strangers and prisoners, the marginalized and the outcast, the victims of oppression and violence. Our world is full of persons suffering in body and spirit, even as the daily news is full of stories of brutal crimes which often take place within homes, and large-scale armed conflicts which cause indescribable suffering to entire peoples.
More from Pope Francis
May He draw us closer on this Easter feast to the victims of terrorism, that blind and brutal form of violence which continues to shed blood in different parts of the world, as in the recent attacks in Belgium, Turkey, Nigeria, Chad, Cameroon, and Côte d’Ivoire.
On this glorious day, “Let the earth rejoice, in shining splendor” (cf. Easter Proclamation), even though it is so often mistreated and greedily exploited, resulting in an alteration of natural equilibria. I think especially of those areas affected by climate change, which not infrequently causes drought or violent flooding, which then lead to food crises in different parts of the world.
Along with our brothers and sisters persecuted for their faith and their fidelity to the name of Christ, and before the evil that seems to have the upper hand in the life of so many people, let us hear once again the comforting words of the Lord: “Take courage; I have conquered the world! (Jn 16:33). Today is the radiant day of this victory, for Christ has trampled death and destruction underfoot. By his resurrection he has brought life and immortality to light (cf. 2 Tim 1:10). “He has made us pass from enslavement to freedom, from sadness to joy, from mourning to jubilation, from darkness to light, from slavery to redemption. Therefore let us acclaim in his presence: Alleluia!” (Melito of Sardis, Easter Homily).
To those in our society who have lost all hope and joy in life, to the elderly who struggle alone and feel their strength waning, to young people who seem to have no future, to all I once more address the words of the Risen One: “See, I am making all things new… To the thirsty I will give water as a gift from the spring of the water of life” (Rev 21:5-6). May this comforting message of Jesus help each of us to set out anew with greater courage to blaze trails of reconciliation with God and with all our brothers and sisters.
For More of Pope Francis’ Wisdom
History of Easter
Q: Why would you pour hot water down a hole?
A: For Hot Cross Bunnies.
Q: Why did the egg hide?
A: He was a little chicken.
Q: How does the Easter Bunny stay in shape?
A: Egg-ercise and hare-obics for egg-cellent fitness.
Pope John Paul II
Janine di Giovanni
A man who was completely innocent, offered himself as a sacrifice for the good of others, including his enemies, and became the ransom of the world. It was a perfect act.
— Mike O’Halloran