Holy Thursday Mass gave me new insight into Saint Peter one year. I’ll never see his reactions at the Last Supper in the same way again.
How often do you fail at Lent? For me, it’s a cycle and happens every 2-3 years. This post is about a lesson I have to re-learn every once in a while.
Even thought was the Gospel reading last week, I can’t stop thinking about the prodigal son!
This #WorthRevisiting Wednesday, I found an old post about giving things up for Lent.
The Church knows that this is the week when Lent gets hard.
Lent isn’t about changing everything at once. It’s all about baby steps.
How Holy Thursday Mass changed my perception of the Last Supper
There is real, healing power in the Sacrament of Confession, and I was reminded of that fact the last time I went.
Elsa’s been on the loose in Southwest Virginia, but that’s not keeping us from having Small Successses!
Originally posted on zeal4thefaith:
“Now I rejoice in my sufferings for your sake, and in my flesh I am filling up what is lacking in the afflictions of Christ on behalf of his body, which is the church.” Colossians 1:24 (YOUCAT 230) Penance is making restitution or satisfaction for a wrong that has been…