On the Inside; On the Outside
This was my homily on the 6th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Sunday, February 12th.
Do you always want your beloved child to run up to you and give you a big hug? At all times?
Several years ago when my boys were small, they discovered these large clay deposits near a swimming hole on one of our camping trips. They also quickly discovered that this clay made great body paint! They would get all wet, and then smear the clay all over their body. Read More
“If I am to know the will of God, I must have the right attitude toward life.”
Trappist monk Thomas Merton really hit the mark when he wrote this. How can a person expect to hear the voice of God if one isn’t listening? How can a person expect to see the path one must walk if one is blinded by their own desires? How can a person expect to experience the presence of God if one doesn’t let God inside one’s heart?
Live the gospel by the way you live your life, and you will experience the Lord in ways you never imagined.
That is prayer!!!
What a wonderful way to start the morning! May all of us be truly powerless this day, so that we too may be strong in Christ.