Friday, February 15, 2013


I wanted to share the link to this article about our Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI's renunciation. The times we are in call for all people to examine themselves and their lives. Faithful must remember that you do not want to be found as the maidens were, their lamps lacking oil and so missing the Bridegroom's coming. At the same time, we must be hopeful. There is evil, there is a definite force working against the Church- but we also have Jesus who has conquered all evil. It is our Pilgrimage. Let us use this time of Lent to humble ourselves, purify ourselves, and look at what is important: the state of our Soul. We pray for Pope Benedict XVI, his successor, and all people of the world. Amen.

1 comment:

  1. This is, indeed, a sobering time and event. This article covers the subject well, with hints of what I've been reading elsewhere. I don't think this humble man has a cowardly bone in his body. We must realize that he, no doubt, has insight that the faithful must trust and be supportive in prayer, most especially at this time.