11 Jesus, then, was brought before the governor, and the governor put to him this question, 'Are you the king of the Jews?' Jesus replied, 'It is you who say it.'
12 But when he was accused by the chief priests and the elders he refused to answer at all.
13 Pilate then said to him, 'Do you not hear how many charges they have made against you?'
14 But to the governor's amazement, he offered not a word in answer to any of the charges.
15 At festival time it was the governor's practice to release a prisoner for the people, anyone they chose.
16 Now there was then a notorious prisoner whose name was Barabbas.
17 So when the crowd gathered, Pilate said to them, 'Which do you want me to release for you: Barabbas, or Jesus who is called Christ?'
18 For Pilate knew it was out of jealousy that they had handed him over.
19 Now as he was seated in the chair of judgement, his wife sent him a message, 'Have nothing to do with that upright man; I have been extremely upset today by
Sunday Gospel Reflection With Fr. Bill Grimm
April 11, 2014
Perhaps some of the people who demanded Jesus' death at the end of the week had begun the week singing hosannas. Who knows how or why they changed? What would I have done?
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