This Sunday we will read the second part of Jesus’ travels (incognito) with his disciples. The first instance is on the road to Emmaus when he is merely a fellow traveler – a storyteller, perhaps. But when he picked up the bread and broke it and gave it to his friends, they knew Him immediately – and their hearts burn within them. The second appearance involved the stimulating question, “Does a ghost need to eat?” Jesus proves the reality of the resurrection by scarfing down a piece of broiled fish on the beach. The disciples knew that ghosts don’t eat – but real men do. Think about it – here is another compelling proof for the resurrection! Happy Eastertide to all.