May 1976
America;5/15/1976, Vol. 134 Issue 19, following p436
The article focuses on the second reading and Gospel for the Sixth Sunday of Easter. If the words of Jesus, it says, move from love to death, then thoughts can also move from death to love. The film "Dying" was cited, which tells about three Americans who had cancer and how they would spend the rest of their lives as well as the plot of "La Traviata" which has a serious note of disparity in human love. The victory that we celebrate, it concludes, is life over death, and love over death.


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