February 7, 2015 Everything is grace, everything is the direct effect of our Father’s love. Everything is grace because — everything is God’s gift....Read More
Posted by DigestAdmin on Feb 7, 2015
Posted by DigestAdmin on Feb 7, 2015
Pope Francis. has asked us to share our experiences and dreams for the future of the church with each other and with him. People from around the world have responded to his request. Now the responses are being organized and readied to send to him. We thank all who have shared their hopes and visions. Together we move forward as a community of believers, the Body of Christ.
To promote awareness
of the active presence of God
in everyday life.
Our call to service is not a call to submissiveness. It is a call to thunderous faith, born of deep passion that compels us to offer our entire selves for the sake of the world.
Give Us This Day, July 2012
You say grace before meals? All right, but, I say grace before the play and the opera and grace before the concert and the pantomime, and grace before I open a book and grace before sketching, painting, swimming, fencing, boxing, walking, playing, dancing, and grace before I dip the pen in the ink.
G. K. Chesterton
I must not be the dry, bloodless reproduction of a model, however perfect. God desires us to follow the examples of the saints by absorbing the vital sap of their virtues and turning it into our own life-blood, adapting it to our own individual capacities and particular circumstances.
Angelo Roncalli, Pope St. John XXXIII
Journal of a Soul, 1903
"I won't take no for an answer," God began to say to me when He opened His arms each night wanting us to dance.
St. Catherine of Siena
Everything is grace, everything is the direct effect of our Father's love. Everything is grace because -- everything is God's gift. Whatever be the character of life or its unexpected events -- to the heart that loves, all is well.
Thérèse of Lisieux
The Catholic writer . . . will feel life from the standpoint of the central Christian mystery: that it has, for all its horror, been found by God to be worth dying for.
This is what God’s kingdom is like: a bunch of outcasts and oddballs gathered at a table, not because they are rich or worthy or good, but because they are hungry, because they said yes. And there’s always room for more.
Rachel Held Evans
Woman of Valor (1981 - 2019)
Incarnation, in addition to being the only always new event that history knows, is also the very method that the Holy Trinity has chosen to open to us the way of communion. Christian faith is either an encounter with Him alive, or it does not exist.
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