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But of course that happens out in the street, away from his church, and away from the priest and nun who he’s desperately trying to impress with his anger.|author=[https://www.tor.com/author/leah-schnelbach/ Leah Schnelbach]|title=[https://www.tor.com/2018/10/25/daredevil-season-three-recommits-to-matt-murdocks-catholicism-with-great-results/ Daredevil Succeeds When Matt Murdock Gets His Catholic Mojo Back]}}
But of course that happens out in the street, away from his church, and away from the priest and nun who he’s desperately trying to impress with his anger.|author=[https://www.tor.com/author/leah-schnelbach/ Leah Schnelbach]|title=[https://www.tor.com/2018/10/25/daredevil-season-three-recommits-to-matt-murdocks-catholicism-with-great-results/ Daredevil Succeeds When Matt Murdock Gets His Catholic Mojo Back]}}
The title given to this episode, "Resurrection", refers simply to the fact that Matt should have been dead but is somehow, somewhat miraculously alive. There isn't really any direct reference to a religious meaning other than perhaps simply bringing to mind Jesus rising from the dead, but while Jesus resurrection was one of hope and new life, that of Matt is in the sign of despair and loss of direction.


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