About 15 years ago my family went to church on Easter. The priest who was saying the mass was from India and had broken English. My little brother and I were looking around during the sermon as we quite often did. We always sit under St. Agnes holding the lamb--when I was little I wanted to know why the saint was holding a dog--I didn't realize it was a lamb. So the priest stands up and he says "Happy Easter" and everyone in church replied "Happy Easter to you Father." He stopped for a minute--looked around and said "Today, Easter, is the Happiest Today of the year." He paused and we were waiting for more. Next he says "That is all I can say" and he sat down. It was probably the most truly accurate sermon I've ever heard on Easter and every Easter--I call my little brother to tell him "Today is the happiest Today of the year.