I hope everyone had a wonderful and blessed Easter last week. On this Second Sunday of Easter, the church celebrates Divine Mercy Sunday. In the readings, we begin to hear the beautiful stories of the time after the Resurrection of Christ. Today we are singing the chant, O Filii et Filiae. This chant, dating from the fifteenth century, is the source material for the Alleluia used at the gospel acclamation in our hymnal. It has also been used by numerous composers in choral, solo vocal, orchestral, and keyboard works for the past five hundred years.