Part One of an examination of conscience, in the form of questions, which can be useful for all of us Vincentians.
It is so easy to forget Mary was a teenager. She was an ordinary young girl who heard an angel say something amazing to her.
When we measure how we are “acting justly,” it’s much easier to think and act on corporal needs or, for some, to give money to provide for these good works.
All of us possess something like this, a hidden spot where we can feel the deep push and pull of God’s Spirit. We might even call it that inner compass.
My stereotypes of what homeless people look and act like taught me how not to recognize homeless people.
Jesus teaches us that God is unbelievably good. And he invites us to go to him so that we may taste and see the goodness of God.