An Easter Peace

One of our reasons for being here on The American Catholic is to provide a forum for spirited yet respectful discourse on the often controversial intersection of Catholicism and civic life. I know I very much enjoy the controversies here, and I’ve learned a lot from the other writers and commenters here over the last seven months.

However, there is a time and place for everything, and as we enter the most sacred period of the year, there’s been discussion among our contributors about instituting an Easter Peace of sorts. We will not be closing comments, however we would respectfully ask that readers consider adopting a more restrained tone between evening of Holy Thursday and the morning of Easter Monday. (If you find the time to read at all.)

All new posts during that time will be on Holy Week related themes.


From the writing team: A blessed Triduum and Easter to all our readers.

7 Responses to An Easter Peace

  1. Donald R. McClarey says:

    Happy Easter to all!

  2. Phillip says:

    A prayerful Triduum and a Happy Easter to all!

  3. Joe Hargrave says:

    An excellent idea.

  4. Don the Kiwi says:

    I don’t see Mary Magdalen in that piece of art! 😉

    Happy Easter from NZ to all on TAC 🙂

  5. Donald R. McClarey says:

    Don, whenever you come here you bring a smile! Happy Easter to you and yours!

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