- The amazing story of the 13 becoming Catholic!
- Our marriage stories - "The world needs LIGHTS!"
- John's cancer stories
- Now the stories of John's 4 sisters...Ruth, Nancy, Maria, and Susan/Little Sister Hallel!
- Susan Angela Agnes/Little Sister Hallel - the story of a Call
- The story of little Lamb - grandson Patrick
Sunday, March 26, 2017
What we can't see is what is the best for our souls!
How I wish I could remember a statement Father Paul made in his homily today about how things that we can see are distractions and can mislead us while the things that we cannot see... the Trinity, The Saints, Our Mother of heaven and earth to name a few, are what it best for us to hold onto!
I hope that you get the idea... Father mentioned that we are so busy working on our exterior.. when it is our interior that really matters. In my current state of old and fat this was good for my ears to hear, but I do know that we are called to take care of our temples also.
The Gospel was the amazing one from John 9 today about the man born blind, who was healed by Jesus after he made clay with his saliva and put it on the man's eyes...."I am the LIGHT of the world." Yes, we cannot see Jesus as the blind man was unable until he washed off the clay and he could see, yet once we have encountered Christ we see him at work in our lives with eyes of Faith!
We are soon to gather over at Ruth's for a good old wonderful farm Sunday dinner! Carrying forth our joyful wonderful Sunday! I need to pull some food together! Jesus, how we love to have your Holy Spirit alive in our hearts, minds and souls! "Do you believe in the Son of May?" Jesus asked the healed blind man..."Who is he, sir, that I may believe in him?" Jesus said to him, "You have seen him, and the one speaking to you is he." He said, "I do believe, Lord," and he worshiped him... Wow! Such amazing story that we can see in our hearts and hold dear there! I do believe, Lord! I do long to worship you with my all! Jesus, we trust in you. Bless-bless, Barb