Last night in Mass, I got that feeling that I was exactly where God needed me in the exact moment He wanted me there. I also got the sense that I was there for so many more people than just myself. I felt the weight of hearing a message that so many needed to hear. So I frantically jotted down as much of that homily as I could, and I pray that these words reach the ears of whomever needs to hear them. If you think that might be you, click the link in my profile to read more.
I am broken-hearted at where our Church is today. I am devastated for our brothers and sisters whom we have failed to protect and hear and lift, and I’m distraught that a church with such beauty and holiness in its Sacraments is also so stained by such deplorable evil. And at the same time I’m grateful and relieved that we’re waking up, and asking questions and speaking out and demanding change. It’s the church of today—the saints emerging from these dark valleys—that will determine the church of tomorrow.
If you are confused at what’s happening or if you have been hurt and need an ear to listen, please message me. I’m open and ready and willing to listen and talk and work through this together. While we are each grieving and wrestling and pressing onward in our own way, I believe that we’ll be strongest if we press onward together.