04/30/17 A Blur

Life doesn’t have to be an exercise in futility.

Homily from the Third Sunday of Easter.

We often move from one thing that dominates our time and attention to the next thing that dominates our time and attention. When we realize that Jesus Christ has ransomed us from our sin and from all that dominates our lives, when we realize that He is present and active, when we realize that He is still teaching and feeding us, then we live lives of reverence and meaning.

Mass Readings from April 30, 2017:
Acts 2:42-47
Psalm 16:1-2,5,7-8,9-10, 11
1 Peter 1:17-21
Luke 24:13-35

A Journal for Your Journey: Interested in the “God Is… Journal” mentioned in the homily? Download this card to use as a guide with your own journal as you journey with the Lord this summer:

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