We’re living in a society where more and more of our neighbors go through their daily lives without even thinking about God. They live as if there is no God, or as if his existence doesn’t make any difference.
But we’re coming to realize that we can’t live without God — not as individuals and not as a society. We’re finding out that when we lose our sense of God, we lose the “thread” that holds our lives together. We lose the answers to the questions that help us make sense of the world: What kind of person should I be? Why should I be good? What should I believe in? What should I be living for — and why?
Archbishop Jose Gomez (Los Angeles)
Let the risen Jesus enter your life, welcome him as a friend, with trust: He is life! If up till now you have kept him at a distance, step forward. He will receive you with open arms. If you have been indifferent, take a risk: you won’t be disappointed. If following him seems difficult, don’t be afraid, trust Him, be confident that he is close to you, he is with you and he will give you the peace you are looking for and the strength to live as he would have you do.
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People were created to be loved. Things were created to be used. The reason why the world is in chaos is because things are being loved and people are being used. — Unknown
Words by Pope Francis:
“The Lord never tires of forgiving. It is we who tire of asking for forgiveness.”
The Catholic Faith is such that nothing can be added to it, nothing taken away. Either it is held in its entirety, or rejected totally. This is the Catholic faith, which, unless a man believes faithfully and firmly, HE CANNOT BE SAVED !