The most important thing a Christian can do in these present times is to become a saint, because the world needs more saints. Saints change the world around them in small and unseen ways, but all for the greater good. The plan of our Heavenly Father is for each of us is to become saints and
The greatest struggles in our lives are often cause for deep personal reflection and the opportunity to grow closer to our Heavenly Father. God, in His infinite mercy, offers each of us a new start each time we fall. Forgiveness, one of our Father’s beautiful gifts, allows the flow of sanctifying grace and revives hope
Often, in our hustle and bustle world, we tend to lose sight of hope for humanity. A lived faith, however, both can and always shall be a great sign of hope for all to see. We perceive it in the peace and joy of those who live it around us. For if anyone is a hearer of
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Serving others is a foundational principal of the Christian faith. Society is filled with fellow human beings who give of themselves without cease, working in difficult situations to maintain our standards of living. Yet, many times they go unnoticed, while pursuing human dignity in hard work. They often seek no form of thanksgiving in return for their
The delight of a child’s laughter brings joy and hope into the world. That childlike love and innocence give us a guide to the love that our Father in Heaven asks of us all – an unconditional love that lights up the world. Lord, grant us the grace to live a life of childlike love!
Our Heavenly Father provides us all with tests of patience and beacons of light, but we are the ones who have to make the choice to respond to the light. Embedded in the human soul glows the search for hope and the supreme light – the divine light of God. Often, we find it in