Copy Desk Daily, April 26, 2019

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During this first week of Easter, we share some good reflections on what resurrection means, making it more real:

Read: Discovering our own resurrection story by Christian Mocek, one of NCR's Young Voices columnists, and Human stories to help disillusionment by Sr. Susan Rose Francois, a Horizons columnist (younger sisters) on Global Sisters Report

In firsthand reporting of Pope Francis' meeting with Greta Thunberg, Tomás Insua says that the April 17 meeting was something rare — an encounter between two prophets whose moral clarity will lead us out of the climate crisis.

Read: Two generations, one prophetic call for climate justice

Francis is off to Bulgaria and North Macedonia May 5-7, places with historic difficulties with their separate Orthodox communities.

Read: Upcoming trip to Eastern Europe may see pope 'walking on eggs' with Orthodox

Opinion on the new Hesburgh film: It's a "laudatory portrait of a man, but not a hagiographic one. Holy Cross Fr. Theodore Hesburgh was a giant at a time when university presidents could be giants." 

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