Wherever we go, however slowly, whatever our trials, may we keep going forward for the love of God.
Today I pray with deep gratitude for the opportunity to encounter my Lord in the Blessed Sacrament, and I pray that as many as touch him in this way will be healed.
The place from which we are sent doesn’t just wait for us; it asks us for renewal, and reminds us that others are watching, ready to gather.
It turns out that nurturing the kingdom doesn’t take a green thumb.
Are we listening for God’s call as it summons us to new places?
Perhaps if we can just muster up the courage to say over and over again, “Here I am, Lord,” we will find ourselves on the right path despite any detours we take in life.
But in Jesus, God’s face at last becomes visible.
We celebrate the incarnation and the resurrection messages with a singular word: love.
Born in a manger yet the Savior of the world, we call upon him to teach us by his example, to guide us along his way and to help us as we proclaim him: Jesus, the Son of God!
What burdens are you carrying right now? Are you carrying them with Jesus by your side?