Silence of Wonderment

In the silence of wonderment, we listen with joy, sharing the Good News, and celebrating the Way with harmony. In the silence of wonderment, “St. Joseph is a saint of few words… learn from him charity of speech.”[1] To be kinder and gentler, speak well, and listen better. In the silence of wonderment, we listenContinue reading “Silence of Wonderment”

Suffering

“…a condition of irreligion and impiety, a constant trial and an agonizing cross, not far removed from persecution.”[1] Service demands sacrifice tempered by Zeal, service needs kindness, anticipates suffering, and disquiets the soul. “… even the heedless and thoughtless recognize that this earth is no playground, never forget, we are the children of sorrow.”[2] ServantsContinue reading “Suffering”

The Holy Spirit

“The Holy Spirit is to our souls as the sun is to heaven –   giving light, giving warmth, filling with brightness and joy.”[1] Sunshine provides possibility and enables nature to produce beauty of shape, noise, and fragrance. Spirit enlightens and inflames the soul to make harmony with reverence, zeal, and kindness. “The tender mercyContinue reading “The Holy Spirit”