Today, at the beginning of a new calendar year, it is so important to remember that Mary “kept all these things, reflecting on them in her heart.” These things are the great blessings bestowed upon her and the whole human race by the Triune God.
In one of his first writings as our Holy Father, Pope Francis wrote about marriage and family. He called it The Joy of Love. He was responding to the voices that say family life and marriage are in trouble. In his mind, marriage and family were opportunities not problems.
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Saint John has been busy doing what some of us find to be a chore during the Christmas season. He has been writing letters. His letters are quite a bit different from some of the Christmas letters we may have received from friends and relatives.
Merry Christmas readers! Your participation in our daily reflections is a real blessing. Today I have a very special gift to share with you; a beautiful and inspirational reflection by Father Francesco Cosentino. I hope it touches your heart on this holy day of joy!
This week opens God’s word to us in a most surprising way. If you stand still and quiet before the manger and allow the awe of this moment to penetrate your being, it might turn everything upside down!