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As you stand before this statue of the Resurrected Jesus, it's easy to feel the echoes of an event that changed the course of human history. This is not an average historical event, but a divine intervention that transcends the natural order, offering mankind the hope of eternal life and redemption.

Over 2000 years ago, in a tomb outside the city walls of Jerusalem, an extraordinary event occurred. Jesus Christ, crucified and buried, defeated death and rose again. This resurrection is more than an end to the tragic story of a man's suffering; it is the beginning of humanity's hope for salvation.


The Resurrected Jesus embodies more than just life after death. He is a testament to God's love and divine power, a beacon of hope that stands tall amidst the trials and tribulations of human life. His resurrection offers a profound message to all humanity - the promise of new life, redemption and eternal happiness.

Victorious over death, Jesus emerged from the tomb as a symbol of profound hope, the promise of eternal life, and the fulfillment of God's covenant with mankind. Consider the dawn of the Easter morning, when the tomb was empty, and Jesus was alive, appearing before his disciples, reinforcing their faith, teaching, and preparing them to carry forward His mission of love and compassion to all corners of the earth.


The Resurrection cultivates a rebirth of faith, an invitation to reflect, change, and transform. It is a mirror in which we can see our personal resurrection from the shackles of our weaknesses and a beacon guiding us to a new horizon of love, peace and gratitude.

May the Resurrected Jesus inspire you, instill hope, and fill your heart with peace. Whether you believe, question, or simply admire, let this encounter help you reflect upon the miracle of resurrection and the significant influences it might have on your personal journey.


Our Father
(The only prayer Jesus taught us )

Our Father, Who art in heaven,

hallowed be Thy name;

Thy kingdom come;

Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.

Give us this day our daily bread;

and forgive us our trespasses

as we forgive those who trespass against us;

and lead us not into temptation,

but deliver us from evil.


Christ the Redeemer
Prayer Petitions


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May St. Anne pray for you

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