“We are but one Love, each a reflection of God’s Love to each other”
First day of summer, enjoying it with my buddy Lucas.
Each year on Easter morning we are renewed. The Resurrection of Christ reopened the gates of Heaven, making it possible for each of us to spend eternity with God.
In the crucifixion, Christ not only suffered physically, but more importantly He suffered the knowledge that people had abandoned love. My prayer for you is that you take up His cross not by suffering, but my committing to heroic love.
May God bless you and your family and bring peace and love to the world.
ST ROCCO’S CHURCH
Mass 10:30 AM
Chaplet of Divine Mercy 3:00 PM
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
A cold heart
What are we to do?
The fire of Easter
With affection and the promise of my prayers for all of you, I send you my blessing. Please do not forget to pray for me.
As we enter 2018, let us all bring about peace in the world. Beginning within ourselves and our families, let this peace radiate throughout the world. May we becomes instruments of God’s peace in our homes, neighborhoods, workplaces, churches and countries. Let us reject the indulgences of power and commit ourselves to the practice of peace. And above all, let us love one another as God loves us.
Love surpasses all things
It is the primordial state of humanity
Today we celebrate
The reality is
Each of us lives our life
His creation plan
We cannot be independent of God
God also planned something else
Today I am celebrating my freedom
Our Lady of Fatima
With gratitude and blessings,
Jesus Christ has risen Alleluia, Alleluia!
Christ's resurrection opened the door to our eternal life with Him in heaven. Nothing could be more important to all humankind. If we all stepped through that door on Easter morning, then in some sense, it would be a conclusion, but most of us remain here on earth to continue to work out our salvation. So, let's get to work!
We were born to love as our Creator loves us, unconditionally and without regard for a return of that love. Let us put this love into practice. "Love your neighbor" does not mean just the family next door. All people who are in need are our neighbor. Let us begin this Easter with a commitment to love all those who we encounter through both corporal and spiritual works of mercy.