holy week

In light of the outbreak of COVID-19, many churchgoers are observing the holy day with family prayers, fasting and by watching livestreamed services.
Most churches are livestreaming Easter Sunday services -- but some are planning to defy government restrictions on in-person gatherings.
People in India, Haiti and elsewhere retold the Good Friday story this week — defying age-old stereotypes about what Jesus would have looked like.
The devastating fire in Paris occurred during Holy Week, the most sacred time in the Christian calendar.
For most of my adult life I haven't been so sure about God. That such a mighty and glorious thing could exist seems far-fetched. And the Easter news -- of the Resurrection -- has seemed way too good to be true.
Residents cheered as the papier-mâché mock-up of the GOP front-runner went up in flames.
This Easter, I hope you'll think about where we are, where we're going, and what we can do to, as Langston Hughes put it, "Let America be America again," instead of a path not so different from those biblical temptations.