Little Things

MAY 1, ST. JOSEPH THE WORKER. DON’T FORGET THAT YOUR WORK AND DAILY ORDINARY ACTIVITIES ARE A PATH TO HOLINESS!

MAY 1, ST. JOSEPH THE WORKER. DON’T FORGET THAT YOUR WORK AND DAILY ORDINARY ACTIVITIES ARE A PATH TO HOLINESS! As we prepare to celebrate May 1’s feast, St. Joseph the Worker (preceded by the 6th Sunday of Easter), during which the entire world celebrates the human activity of work, let us remind ourselves that WORK HAS A DIVINE, SANCTIFYING VALUE AS WELL, FOR WORK AND OTHER ORDINARY TASKS OF OUR DAILY LIFE ARE A PATH TOWARDS HOLINESS, TOWARDS SANCTITY. As Pope []

Pope Francis: SALVATION COMES FROM LITTLE THINGS.

Pope Francis SALVATION COMES FROM LITTLE THINGS. In his daily morning Mass homily at Santa Marta, Pope Francis reminded the faithful that SALVATION COMES FROM THE SMALL AND SIMPLE THINGS OF GOD. “When Jesus proposed the way of salvation, He never spoke of great things,” but about “little things.” These are “the two pillars of the Gospel,” that we read about in Matthew: the Beatitudes, and in chapter 25, the final Judgment, where Jesus says, “COME, COME WITH ME BECAUSE YOU HAVE []

2nd Sunday After Christmas: GOD IS NEAR TO US, GOD IS WITH US!

2nd Sunday After Christmas: GOD IS NEAR TO US, GOD IS WITH US! Dear friends, today’s Sunday liturgy wishes to remind and encourage us of a very important idea: GOD IS NEAR TO US! HE IS WITH US! He is not a God who is indifferent with the plight of men, far from them but rather a loving and, merciful and approachable God who did not hesitate to be one like us, assuming our human nature in order to show us how []

HOLINESS IN DAILY TASKS DONE OUT OF LOVE. Seek, find and love God in the little things of each day!

HOLINESS IN DAILY TASKS DONE OUT OF LOVE Dear friends, it’s helpful to be reminded once in a while that God awaits for us in each moment during the day to convert all our activities into palpable means of seeking, finding and loving Him, whether at home, at work, at school, at rest, in social gatherings, or even when we’re alone…God is there! It is up to us to find God, the divine in our secular tasks, and to elevate and divinize []