Reclaim Sunday Weekly Blog

September 28th, 2014-Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Tim...

Happy Sunday!

When faced with two 'goods' how are we to follow God?  Does the honor and glory of God come into consideration? Hopefully!  How has the shift to reclaim Sunday been made more evident in our lives?  Faced with invitations do we pause to prayerfully ask God for an act of the will first to lead us in more intimate union with him?  If not, it is never to late to begin!  No expiry date, no deadlines, no do not enters with Christ, our desire to turn toward him is a gift from our creator!  Mercy. 

In our relationship with Christ everything is on the table.  Such intimacy deepens the understanding of our need for a savior, not a distant relationship of polite proportions.  He searches out the lost, poor, forgotten and those who have lost their way.  Seeing us search for him at all hours of the day will bring us to his reconciling eternal love.

The Gospel of Life, JPII is filled with inspiration.  In #87 he writes, "We must care for the other as a person for whom God has made us responsible."  He continues, "..We are called to become neighbors to everyone."

Let's reclaimsunday and awaken to the love story God wants for each person.  It is never to late to call upon God.  He is merciful and waiting!



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10.08 | 02:45

I do appreciate your way of evangelization in this year of Faith. On the day of Lord, let us do those that foster our relation with him: mass, scripture reading

08.08 | 13:04

Studying in Jerusalem several years ago, I was very moved by the power the Sabbath has to reclaim and rejuvenate lives of believers, a time for complete rest.

30.04 | 22:05

Sunday is the day of the Lord. Let us come to Him as a family specially on this day to celebrate him and share the joy with others present in the church

29.04 | 13:30

Sunday is the most precious day of the week, time for reflection, Mass, family, and often religious studies, reflection, writing and ministry.

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