I can do this Paschal Chat bit all week because Easter is just one day, all week long.
Today's Gospel speaks of the Magdalen's solitary encounter, first with the angels, and then, the risen Christ. She was at the tomb simply looking for the body of the Lord and thus the angels didn't really impress her; their presence and message couldn't satisfy her. Likewise she did not recognize the Lord - until he called her by name. I like the Magdalen's attitude - nothing could satisfy or console her until Jesus recognized her first - only then did she recognize the Lord. I like that.
The intro in Magnificat for today's readings suggests the Magdalen needed to be converted from her pessimism which blinded her spiritual insight, keeping her from recognizing the Lord. That is one way to look at it I guess. There are times we are all prone to pessimism in our spiritual lives and relationship to the Body of Christ. At such times we may tend to cling to our "preconceptions" with a "stubbornness" of heart. I think we do that because we need to feel safe and secure in our faith, lest we get lost or somehow take the wrong path. When we are found by Christ, meaning when we are given the grace to recognize him on a deeper level - we naturally want to cling to him in that particular perception or experience. But Christ tells us, "Do not cling to me."
Some day we may not be able to get to Mass, or visit a church to be with Christ in the Blessed Sacrament. Someday we may not be able to be with friends and fellow Catholics - we may find ourselves alone, isolated. Someday all of what we cling to could be taken away from us. I'm not necessarily thinking about something apocalyptic, such as suppression of the Church through persecution, disaster or war. That could happen of course, but we may be more likely to find ourselves unable "find the body of the Lord" for more ordinary or natural reasons. Think of those people in hospitals, nursing homes, and other institutions - even prison; or those with dementia, or in a coma, or someone home-bound for whatever reason. Many of these people have no access to the sacraments or friends. It could happen to us.
Just a thought.