This morning I had the joy of visiting Westminster Abbey.
Shortly after, I posted this on Facebook:
I attended the Easter Sunday Sung Eucharist service today at Westminster Abbey this morning. With a full orchestra and several full choirs, it’s a mesmerizing site to see one of the most prominent Christian holidays celebrated in one of the most famous – if not the most famous – church in the world. No matter if you’re religious or not, make time to go to a church when you travel because you’ll get to see a place that shaped the history of mankind and you’ll get to stand alongside locals as they worship. Churches abroad are vastly different than those in the United States, and no matter what faith (if any) you come from, it’s a free, musical, cultural experience that won’t cost you a dime.
I think this short Facebook post sums up what I wanted to write a long blog post on, but I knew most would not read.
To those celebrating Easter: Surrexit Christus hodie, humano pro solamine. In hoc Paschali guadio, benedicamus Domino.
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