Today, Catholics around the globe are celebrating Easter Sunday. On this occasion, the Archbishop of Kraków, Marek Jędraszewski, addressed his best Easter wishes to the faithful throughout the country. During his speech, the Archbishop also referred to the words of Pope John Paul II who said that we all are obliged to proclaim the truth of the crucified and Risen Christ.
“Today, on Easter Sunday, we are reliving the truth first heard by women and apostles. Once again, we are finding out what a gift we were given – the gift of life. I wish all of you always to keep that gift with great happiness in your hearts. I want you to remember that together with that gift, due to baptism, we all obliged to proclaim the truth about the crucified and risen Lord. During this difficult time for all of us, I wish you happiness, peace and all the gifts given by Christ. Let us all share these gifts with others. Let us remember, Christ has risen from the dead. He has truly risen from the dead. Hallelujah! Let it be the content of our festive days. God bless you all!”, said Archbishop Jędraszewski in his Easter address.