A survey was done recently to find out where people go to find out information about the weather. The daily lives of many people are impacted by the weather.
Today’s gospel reminds me of what can happen in marathon-like times; times when we can’t be sure when things like the Master will return … or when this pandemic will end.
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Soon after becoming Pope, St. John Paul II proclaimed: Open wide the doors to Christ: Do not be afraid. Words that reverberated throughout his papacy … and words we need to hear now!
There’s a great new film out called Fatima that is a beautiful retelling of the events of the apparitions in Portugal in 1917. It is very realistic and brings alive the historical and social context in which Our Lady appeared to the three shepherd children.
Right now, in the United States, we’re in the last leg of our election campaigns. People are making up their minds who they want to represent them in the government, and that’s the process. We pick a candidate, and they become our man or woman.
The title of the popular 1960’s self-help book, I’m O.K.; You’re O.K., popped into my head as the antithesis of Jesus’ warning to the scribes and Pharisees in today’s gospel. In an age when we’re told to think positively about ourselves, many still wrestle with low self-confidence and even depression.