“God so loved the world that He gave His only Son so that everyone who believes in him may not be lost but may have eternal life.” Have words more beautiful and more true ever been spoken? Yet how do they reach into hearts that seem lost?
In the Liturgy, it’s Easter all week - a full celebration of the Resurrection. But let me ask you, what difference does it make? What difference will the Resurrection make in your life and in mine?
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I had finished celebrating Mass and was about to exit the church when a parishioner approached me and said “Father my mother is a celebrity, she had her picture taken with the governor while getting her COVID vaccine. I’m sure the next time she sees you she will show you the picture that appeared in the newspaper."
In today’s gospel from John, Jesus is speaking to a group of Jews, his own people. But, like us at times, though they had heard his teachings and seen his works—they struggle to believe that He is the Son of God.
We may have started Lent with hopes of doing something beautiful for God, but it has been God who has been sharing something beautiful with us.