An Advent Poem

God did not wait till the world was ready Till nations were at peace. God came when the heavens were unsteady, And prisoners cried out for release. God did not wait for the perfect time. God came when the need was deep and great. God dined with sinners in all their grime, Turned water intoContinue reading “An Advent Poem”

Pope Francis Message: Stretch forth your hand to the poor.

FOURTH WORLD DAY OF THE POOR33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time15 November 2020 “Stretch forth your hand to the poor” (Sir 6:7). Age-old wisdom has proposed these words as a sacred rule to be followed in life. Today these words remain as timely as ever. They help us fix our gaze on what is essential andContinue reading “Pope Francis Message: Stretch forth your hand to the poor.”


To forgive is not to forget. To forgive is really to remember, that nobody is perfect. That each of us stumbles when we want so much to stay upright. That each of us says things we wish we had never said. That we all forget that Love is more important than being right. To forgiveContinue reading “Forgiveness”

Let Him Love You

The question of receiving the love of Christ is really very important.  I personally feel more and more that sometimes it is harder for us to fully receive love than to give it.  I am more and more convinced that we will find the peace and joy of Christ when we let him truly enterContinue reading “Let Him Love You”

Reflection on Weeds and Wheat-Matthew 13:24-30

An old Cherokee speaking to his grandson about the struggle within each of us. “A fight is going on inside me,” he said to the boy.” It is a terrible fight and it is between two wolves. One is evil – he is anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride,Continue reading “Reflection on Weeds and Wheat-Matthew 13:24-30”


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