Today, for the first time since the first Easter, the meaning of the figure of Jesus of Nazareth is being observed, preached, and celebrated—but not in any of Europe’s countless churches.
It is too early to predict what the impact of this shattering break with tradition will mean for the future of the Church—or for the idea of churches.
Through plagues and wars, even through upheaval and revolution, there has never been an Easter like this one.
Will we ever be the same on the other side of an Easter when the churches stood empty, wondering where we’d gone?
Today’s empty churches may hold something similar in store.

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