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I thought to myself how many of us have stories to share about our conversions, telling of the impact that others of faith have made in our lives and especially the effects of those saints whose actions and words continue to serve and witness to Christ and His Church.
Throughout the ages, many of the great saints made their way to Rome, offering their spiritual contributions to the growing life of the Church. For me, a simple walk in the city produced amazing personal discoveries.
Our parishes continue to provide spiritual support and places of social gatherings. They offer an identity to members of the community who take pride in the work accomplished by dedicated parishioners and staff. In the best sense, they celebrate the faith they profess and enjoy the relationships developed through the interactions of the parishes’ social gatherings.
Contributing our labors is important – each one of us has been given a task to proclaim and promote the Church in the name of Jesus.
The way of the Lord is obedience to the Father, whose love is unconditional. Prayer establishes our relationship, keeping our vision always focused on God.
The retreat is a welcomed interruption in the busyness of life, giving us an opportunity to listen to a retreat director’s insights and challenge our personal lives to grow in the Lord Jesus.
On Sunday I received eight Milwaukee seminarians for candidacy of the Roman Catholic Church.
In the Church, the person of Jesus remains a constant.