When we move from Christmas or Easter back into Ordinary Time, the return of green vestments and green adornments on the altar always calls to mind the song my youngest son learned at Catechesis of the Good Shepherd about the liturgical calendar. In it, the kids sang, “green is for the growing time.”
“For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven”
Knowing the difference between something I value and something I see as an ideal can help me choose wisely and be a good steward of my time.
The Diocese of Rapid City’s Office of Stewardship offers some practical tips for individuals desiring to live joyful, peaceful and ordered lives rooted in Jesus
“And so less and less we are in touch with each other. The world is lost for want of sweetness and kindness. People are starving for love because everybody is in such a great rush.”