CMP Review 2023-04-11

CMP Review 2023-04-11

April 11, 2023

Many of us think of Easter as a single day, but the Church Calendar assigns an entire season to the contemplation of Resurrection. In 1926, Easter Sunday fell on April 4. The front page of the April issue of The Parents’ Review heralded an article by Essex Cholmondeley in which she invited readers to reflect on the meaning of the Resurrection in their own lives.

Nowadays Essex Cholmondeley is mostly remembered as the biographer of Charlotte Mason, but in 1926 she was serving as Secretary to the Parents’ Union School. She has also been remembered as someone “serious and spiritual” who “probably understood Miss Mason’s quest for holiness better than anyone.”

What Easter message did this serious and spiritual student of Charlotte Mason wish to share with the world nearly 100 years ago? It’s a message that is uplifting and encouraging today. Read or listen to how we all can be “Partakers of His Resurrection.”