Today, the three saints we celebrate and the Gospel remind us that there are many ways to be “all in” for God and Jesus.
Today’s Gospel reading reminds me of a riddle we used to ask kids.
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There are stories about our ancestors in the faith that are important for us to hear over and over again, because they affirm the truth of what Jesus said today in the gospel: that the Kingdom of God is among us and that Christ continues to suffer and be rejected.
St. Martin of Tours, whom we celebrate today, served as a soldier who sought peace and a life modeled on Jesus.
The Holy Spirit gives us the grace we need to live - and even thrive - in the face of challenges. We are to keep our eyes on Christ, and stay firm in Him.
Saint Martin de Porres was born in Lima, Peru. He entered the Dominican Order and served as barber, a farm laborer, and an infirmarian, where he became well known for his special care of the sick and the poor.