Never say never. Online reservation of a seat for Mass? Never. Sit in Mass wearing a face cover? Never. Well, been there, done both. It’s been another interesting Lent season.
This Holy Thursday, I am thankful for what we commemorate and remember today – the institution of the Eucharist and the importance Jesus puts on humility. In the washing of the feet and the giving of His body and His blood we find the true meaning of love and service. For me, today’s is the most poignant Mass of the year, hands down. And as we head into the holiest of weekends, I am reminded that in life’s tragic element is where we often find God’s grace, in the form of, among other things, hope. There, ever so present in our moments of pain and suffering. How else can we survive? I am in love with that hope. The hope only He can instill in me.
To those of you who share in my faith and observe this holiest of weekends, I wish you a blessed one, full of enlightenment, peace, hope and love. To those of you who don’t, I wish you a blessed one, full of enlightenment, peace, hope and love. 😉✝️
What are you thankful for today?
Until next Thursday’s post…si Dios quiere.
“…do this in remembrance of Me.”
-1 Corinthians 11:24
“The stone was rolled away from the door,
not to permit Christ to come out, but to
enable the disciples to go in.”
“Blessed are those to whom Easter is not a hunt… but a find; not a greeting… but a proclamation; not an outward fashion… but inward grace; not a day… but an eternity.”