Following up on my last post: Apparently the Orthodox clergy in Jerusalem have successfully gotten through Easter without another round of fisticuffs over who has what rights in the Lord's tomb. Maybe this was due to embarrassment over the worldwide press coverage of Palm Sunday's palm-frond battle with the police, or maybe it was the presence of hundreds of said police at the ceremonies.
In any case, this is a good thing, viewed from any humane or spiritual perspective. I know it's a good thing. Really. We shouldn't be rooting for priests to start whaling on each on the holiest day of the year. But still. I'll bet I'm not the only one who'd have been willing to make an annual pilgrimage to Jerusalem just to the see the priest-fights in the Holy Sepulcher.