My wishes for you for 2013:
The wisdom of Solomon; the courage of David;
The commitment of Jacob; the dreamer spirit of Joseph;
the loyalty of Joshua;
The leadership of Moses; & the bank account of
A prosprous New Year to you! :-)
Strength to face challenges with confidence, along with wisdom to choose your battles carefully.
Adventure on your journey and may you always stop to help the needy along the way.
Remember to listen to your heart and take risks carefully.
Always keep in mind that you are loved for what you are and not for what you have.
And All good fortunes of life, health, happiness this coming year, after and after.
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU AND YOUR LOVED ONES! MAY GOD SURROUND YOU WITH HIS ABUNDANT BLESSINGS!
Christmas is not a time nor a season, but a state of mind. To cherish peace and goodwill, To be plentous in mercy is to have the real spirit of Christmas. Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones!
To venerate the cross of Jesus, we see our own cross. By looking upon it, we do not run away. God moves out towards us in a mysterious act of love and humility. To venerate the cross links our suffering to that of Jesus and so get caught up in that moment of salvation. Have a blessed day as we celebrate the Feast of the Triumph of the Cross.
You have so many excuses. You have so many fears. You say, “Mama Mary, I can’t do it. I’m too weak. I’m pathetic. It’s impossible.” But the Blessed Mother looks at you and says, “But, My Child, since when did it become all about you? It’s about me. I will guide you and never leave you.”
On her feast as Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, let’s thank Mama Mary for her constant solicitude for our well-being!
SON: Happy Mother’s day, Mom!
MOM: Thanks Sweetie…
Now go and wash your hands, they’re filthy.. And comb your hair… And turn off the lights. Do you think I own the electric company…
MORAL LESSON: Once a Mom…
Always a Mom.
A blessed Ash Wednesday. It marks the start of Lent…a holy season of fasting, intense prayer and almsgiving. A time to be more focused on the Lord…to meditate on His Passion and Death…to prepare us to celebrate His glorious Ressurection. Repent and believe in the Good News.