Praise to Jesus Christ our King! As we turn toward God our lives are centered on the victory
of the cross. This king brings justice where there is oppression, liberation where there is prison and love where is darkness. His reign places the poor with food, healthcare, education and the bread of eternal life.
After the Mass
the faithful gathered for refreshments. One commented on the homily, "It was as if he was speaking directly to me!" So it is in the in breaking of the word. Exchange followed on the pace of modern life. How may we live more fully in
Christ? Spaces of direct contact and conversation were upheld. As we give thanks this week we thank God for everything he sends as we grow more in likeness to his image of solidarity. Remember the lonely. Pray they find in our lives
the love of Christ the King. One said, "I have no one." It is a line which resounds. Everyone has someone when we live the love of Christ. Look at each person extending your face, your time , your compassion. Be rich as our heavenly
family radiating the light of one forgiven, one risen in the splendor of grace.