What Easter means
Readers invited to share thoughts
By Patricia Kasten
Compass Associate Editor
During Lent, we prepare ourselves to celebrate Easter. This Lent,
we ask readers to look ahead to Easter and share with us what
Easter means to you by answering the following questions:
What is the most meaningful part of the Easter liturgy
celebration for you? Candles at the Vigil Mass? The Easter
Gospel? Once again singing the Gloria? The flowers and banners?
Why is it special? Does it bring a certain memory? Does it have
personal significance? Is there some other reason?
Please keep responses to about 75 words and send them to The
Compass, Easter Mass, P.O. Box 23825, Green Bay, WI 54305. All
entries must be signed and received by April 1. Responses will be
printed in the Easter issue of The Compass and on our web page.