Note: Recently, on Easter Friday, the Master of Campion Hall Rev'd James Hanvey, SJ, delivered a homily to the Province meeting of the English Jesuits. The homily can be read in full via the website of the English Jesuits here.
Through we can count and distinguish the appearances, there is really only one resurrection moment. They are all part of the one and indivisible event which can never really be past. The resurrection is the moment through which all time must pass. If it cannot be past, we cannot translate it to some simple future that is yet to be. It inhabits our time as a now in which there is memory and something still to come: not so much a future but an ever-unfolding now.