When we stop caring about things that don’t really matter, we have greater capacity to care about those things that do, particularly the people who God has placed in our lives. And we become that ‘incalculable force” that increases the amount of good in the world. 😊
If someone tried to save your life, would you be thankful or rebuke them? How come when the Holy Spirit convicts us, we aren’t thankful?
These are turbulent times, leaving us shocked and seeking answers. Too often we seek those answers from popular social media personalities, hoping to find like-minded people and through them find grounding again. These range from openly communist Catholics to speakers leading followers into moral schism, all relying upon their own reasoning and pitching what sounds to be a logical ‘right’ opinion to be followed. But what does the Church actually teach? That the answer lies in our individual holiness not our logical opinion of the situation.
At first glance, we seem to be overcome by darkness in the world. Or at least that’s what the enemy wants us to see…
We need is a new declaration of independence. We need to stop making politics our god and instead make God our politics. As a society, we have lost our capacity for kindness. The gift of our faith is that it, and we, are the storehouse of kindness to bring to the world.
There is a movement that has rapidly overwhelmed our entire country: transitioning to a new sex, destroying their ensouled body, and falsely believing they are a new or better person. Despite 81% of Americans believing in God, society has lost its end-goal: Heaven. People today have lost that vision of Paradise. Consider the change that would occur if people had this image of Paradise in their mind.