Life is full of valleys and peaks, is it not? We all experience the wonderful view during the highs, but there is also darkness in the terrible lows.
Today, on the feast of St. Luke, I invite you to reflect on your faithfulness to your relationships with God, family and friends … not only in good times, but also in the bad times.
My friends, we aren’t on our own. God provides us with faithful companions in our pilgrimage of life. The question is can we stand with each other, trusting in God’s promise that we are not alone even on our darkest days?
I urge you to take a few minutes every morning to connect and build your trust with God. Maybe even try turning off your television tonight to deepen the relationships around you. Let us know what happens in the comment space below!
As always, thank you for listening in! I will continue to pray for you and your families.
Father Pinto Paul C.S.C., ordained a priest in the Congregation of Holy Cross in 1999, worked with tribal populations in northeast India as a missionary for ten years. In 2010 he came to the US for further studies. While working as a campus minister at Stonehill College, he assisted pastors in local parishes, led seminars and workshops for teachers and students in the US and earned a master’s degree in Educational Administration from Boston College and a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Lesley University, Cambridge. He is currently working as the International Director of the Boston-based Holy Cross Family Ministries with missions in 17 countries.