We can truly live a meaningful life under the guidance of the Master, Jesus Christ. The three words that will help us achieve this objective are service, sacrifice, and sharing.
Category: Journey Moments
The journey from the head to the heart is only 8 inches long, yet many people do not quite make it in their lifetime. This journey happens when we take the road of humility and value kindness, respect, and love.
Let us bid farewell with gratitude to the past year, recognizing the countless blessings we enjoyed. And let us welcome with trust the year ahead of us. Our highest hope is that the Lord will be with us each day of 2024.
Mary and Joseph’s deep love and faith to the Father led them to say “Yes” to His command. May their complete obedience to God inspire us to also say “Yes” to His plans for us.
Fr. Jerry shares the “four gives” and the “four gets” that have been the guiding principles in his life journey. They are about the “giving” and “receiving” attitudes in relationships with God, others, the world, and oneself.
“I have been a priest for 43 years now. It is God’s grace that has sustained me. My overriding feeling is joy and gratitude for God’s faithfulness and love.” This is how Fr. Jerry concludes his brief vocation story which he shares with us in this column.
Mary is the one who followed Jesus first, loved Him most, and who served Him best. If we want to follow Jesus more closely, love Him more dearly, and serve Him more truly, we have to imitate Mama Mary by trying to live her virtues.
Gratitude is the best attitude in the sunset years of life. The rest of our lives can become the best years of our lives if we spend our sunset years with reparation, intercession, and purification.
The source of true peace and joy is humbly accepting God’s constant and immeasurable mercy and extending His love to others. By loving everyone, we glorify God and find peace in our lives.
It is not easy to climb a mountain, but the climb itself is its own reward. Don’t give up. Go slowly, step-by-step, one day at a time. Learn from the climb.