“We all know that the ‘divine glory of the ego’ is socially a great nuisance; we all do actually value our friends for modesty, freshness, and simplicity of heart.
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.
“Everyone we encounter is a gift, not because of what they can do or accomplish, but because of who they are — a beloved child of God.”
The custom of making New Year’s Resolutions goes back thousands of years. There is evidence that the Babylonians had a New Year’s celebration which included promises . .
Today (Wednesday), 38 people from the diocese, both youth and adults, are heading to our national capital in Washington, DC for the 45th Annual March for Life.