Ordinary 23 – We need to get away from the crowd, experience Jesus’ love, and be opened to speaking His love to others. I suggest going to Confession and making time for daily prayer. Plug in to the power of God!
Pentecost – God’s Spirit fills us with love, shapes us in His image, and restores us to Communion with one other. Ask to be filled with the Holy Spirit. Pray for others in the Spirit. The gift of the Spirit grows to the degree that we give it away.
What would you say if you had a direct line to God? God is really listening! We should be really talking to God, and really listening too. [AUDIO]
The Magi respond to God’s love with their own gifts of love. At Christmas we receive God’s gift of love; at Epiphany we give back our own gift of love. Let us open our treasures and give God the gift of almsgiving, prayer, and sacrifice. [AUDIO]
What are we watching for? Christians should be ready for the coming of Christ, not only at the end of the world but every day of our daily. Making time to pray every day will help you be more watchful. This Advent pray for a watchful heart. [AUDIO]
One of the most amazing apparitions of Our Lady occurred 100 years ago in the small town of Fatima, Portugal. Three young shepherd children saw Mary appear on the 13th of each month from May to October, 1917. Our Lady asked them to say the Rosary every day and to bring peace to the world and to bear sufferings in …
Jesus comes into our daily life and invites us, “Come to Me. I can satisfy you.” Only when we find God do we find True Love. We can also read this passage in another way. Through the eyes of the lonely Jesus says, “Give me a drink.” [AUDIO]
Moses and Elijah taught the people to listen to God. But now we only need one booth because Jesus is everything. Do you really believe that? Then start spending 10 minutes a day in prayer. Listen to Him and you will be transfigured. [AUDIO]
Most of us are in danger of believing in our own righteousness. St. Paul knows that he is nothing without God; all he has is a gift from God. Perhaps he spent a lot of time praying: “Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me a sinner.” [AUDIO]
Plantar warts taught me three things: (1) Don’t ignore the problem (2) Get the help you need (3) Don’t give up. The same goes for our spiritual life. Life is a struggle, but with God’s help we can overcome. Just stay faithful and persevere. [AUDIO]