After the resurrection, Thomas doubted that Jesus was alive and asked for a sign. He was able to touch the wound in Jesus’ side and to feel the holes where the nails were driven through his wrists.
Most of us will not experience Christ’s sacrifice like Thomas did. Instead we must rely on other signs; signs like Jonah calling on the Ninevites to repent and God’s persistence in keeping Jonah on track.
Ask yourself: “Can I look at myself this Lent and honestly see the vices that virtue struggles to overcome? Am I really trying to change?”
Click the arrow below, watch the images, listen to the stories. Accept the Sign of Jonah which, in the end, is really a sign of Christ.