The day after a holiday. I saw the reference to this at Sightings e-mail post for April 5 which is not in the archives today. Maybe tomorrow. His post is about the abundance of choice in today's world, not about the post holiday depression. This one isn't either but is timely. We worry all the time about Christmas being secularized. Has Easter been too secularized as well? the article says "The resurrection's Easter competition comes not only from colorful bunnies and candies, but also the historical accounts of the story that appear in books, newspapers and cable TV programs each spring." Since the information medium can dilute a message, perhaps the Christian librarian's job is be a little proactive and strengthen the message as well.
What do you think?