The story of salvation history began in Genesis "In the beginning..."
So is the story of each person's life.
While reading Peggy Lernoux's book, Hearts On Fire-The Story of the Maryknoll Sisters, the opening line draws the reader further, "They say adventure is dead- that we've been everywhere and done everything."
Is there a lead that the lines to follow will carry us elsewhere? How is your own life unfolding in the light of Christ from it's beginning? Are we cultivating the talents mentioned
in today's Gospel free of fear? How has the liberation of truth set our feet on steady ground?
"I don't have something for the collection," notes a resident in a home for those with memory impairment. As
the group gathered to pray they left their morning activity to gather offering their prayers for one another and the Church. The comment was repeated about the collection. While no collection is taken the faithful had been formed to offer of oneself
for the good of the kingdom. Will our days be marked by such generosity? As we continue on the road from "the beginning, how may this Sunday prompt the chapter of the week ahead?