When the question relative to the sacred festival of Easter arose, it was universally thought that it would be convenient that all should keep the feast on one day; for what could be more beautiful and more desirable than to see this festival, through which we receive the hope of immortality, celebrated by all with one accord and in the same manner?
"So why is it so important to minister the Jewish Roots to the Church?" I asked the Lord. "It is a matter of life and death," He replied. "The Church is like a beautiful Rose cut off from her garden. She has been in a vase with water for two days but on the third day, if she is not planted back, she will die."