I am the way, and the truth, and the life. John 14:6 Pilate asked Jesus “what is truth?” Silently Jesus stands before Pilate longing to teach him the truth, but Pilate remained indifferent to the Truth standing before him. Turning his back on eternal truth he sentences Jesus to be crucified. Pilate in his spiritual
Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, Rejoice. Philippians 4:5 My body is broken from my battle with cancer. I battle numerous infections, decreased mobility, sleepless nights. I am on oxygen as my lungs are weak. There are days when I have no strength to move and must resign myself to the bed.
Living in the present moment abandoned to God’s will has been my way of of life for the past 6 years. 6 years ago I heard the words I thought I would never hear: you have stomach cancer. The doctor went on to say that stomach cancer is rare, after lung cancer, stomach cancer is
July is the month of the Most Precious Blood of Jesus. I would like to share a prayer and quotes from the saints with you.
Jesus in silence my soul waits for you Purged in the crucible of suffering borne of love for you, in love I surrender all to you Through the dark night I contemplate you giving my fiat I go to the cross with you Perfect joy is found in you Mercy a gift from you, Jesus
Dear Jesus I place myself at the foot of the cross, standing with your mother who is now my mother for in your suffering you gave her to us. Oh what love you bestowed upon us in giving us your mother. Thank you Jesus, you know how I weak I am, so at baptism
“Everywhere, wherever we find ourselves, wherever we are called to bear witness, we must protect life, we must guard human beings from everything that can crush them underfoot. Woe to those who inflict suffering. And woe to those who have destroyed a human life, who have desecrated a image of God, even when it was already
“Life, and especially our spiritual life, often drags on heavily…It is weary work to be always fighting with our evil passions, and disheartening work to make so little way. Temptations tease us, and scruples worry us; and to be dead, buried, and safe in purgatory, seems the limit to our peevish ambition. And why is