Sunday, March 22, 2015

Sunday Ramblings

Another quiet day around the old homestead. I managed to recycle the sheets into usable 2" strips, visited a friend for coffee, and even squeezed in a bit of cross stitch.

Mass, was interesting to say the least. Father Brian based his homily on dying to this life and becoming resurrected to new life in Christ. He spoke about how one should do something because it is right and good, kind of like parents who will look after their sick child with no complaints. Or who sacrifice so that their child can participate in sports, or dress well, or join in school activities. A parent does so with no thought as to what they are giving up, they just want the best for their child. He then went on to say it worked the same way in a parish, that change brings about a new vitalization, a new way of doing things and we must all work towards that. He also said the way things are always or have always been done is not always the best and one should be open to and accepting of drastic changes.

Is it going to be out with the old and in with the new? I don't know and I am a bit scared when considering these "drastic" changes.

Hopefully they will not totally discard all us "old" members and totally rely on "new blood" cause I don't see people coming out of the woodwork to take on positions.

Everybody have a wonderful evening.

God bless.

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