Does your heart cry out to
serve the poor?
Do you long for a life in
community, sharing daily
prayer and Eucharist?
Does devotion to our Mother
of Sorrows move you?
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self-concerned values of this world.
That genuine connection with a
transcendent energy source makes
them divinely restless, unwilling to
ignore or yield to elements of human
behavior that conflict with the obvious intentions of a provident God:
exploitation, ignorance, neglect of
the marginalized, and corruption
Accepting holiness requires, at the
very least, conversion in the sense of
transformation, coming to a halt to
ask, “is this the truth? is this where
i want to go?” fiercely refusing to
be bamboozled by mesmerizing
media that promise instant gratification but deliver ashes; rejecting
the investment of your heart and
hopes in anything that cannot defy
death; uprooting one’s soul—one’s
self—from the trivial and transitory
and engrafting it into the eternal.
it is not a static achievement but a
continued evolution of soul that in
authentic holiness becomes contagious. saint Paul suggests ordinary
holiness should be easily evident:
“The fruit of the spirit is love, joy,
peace, patience, kindness, goodness,
faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control” (Galatians 5: 22).
if we trim inflated notions of
heroic holiness that lead us to negate
God’s prodigal invitation, we might