I’m not going to lie: this year’s Good Friday was made much more poignant due to my recent pilgrimage to the Holy Land. I struggled at a few moments to hold it together.
Click the play button above for my Good Friday homily (Mar. 30, 2018).
See the readings at usccb.org.)
In the photo below, a fellow pilgrim is touching the rock of Golgotha. A hole exists under the main altar, allowing us to touch the location where Jesus died.
Love was poured out on this very spot. For me. For you.
This is why we call this day #GoodFriday.