Pope Francis' homily at the Easter Vigil on Holy Saturday night was really interesting. He reflected on the scene in the Gospel of St Matthew where the women encounter the risen Christ. Jesus tells them to "Go to Galilee" where he will meet them again.
The Holy Father poses this question to us:
"For each of us, too, there is a 'Galilee' at the origin of our journey with Jesus. 'To go to Galilee' means something beautiful, it means rediscovering our baptism as a living fountainhead, drawing new energy from the sources of our faith and our Christian experience."
So, during this Easter season, let's reflect on where 'Galilee' is for us. Where did we first encounter Christ? Was it in our family, our school, our parish? Who were the people who helped us to grow in faith? Let's pray for them.
And let's thank God for the gift of our faith.