Thought for the Day – 30 January – Meditations with Antonio Cardinal Bacci (1881-1971) Depending Always on Jesus “We must continue to trust in Jesus even when we have been guilty of imperfection or of sin.Sin, according to St Thomas Aquinas, is the denial of love and, therefore, of God, Who is charity.It places a […]Thought for the Day – 30 January – Depending Always on Jesus — AnaStpaul
Quote/s of the Day – 29 January – The Mustard Seed – Lord, May Your kingdom Come Into My Heart “To what shall we comparethe kingdom of God, …It is like a mustard seed,which, when sown on the ground,is the smallest of all the seeds on earth,yet when it is sown, it grows upand becomes […]Quote/s of the Day – 29 January – The Mustard Seed – Lord, May Your kingdom Come Into My Heart — AnaStpaul
Thought for the Day – 11 December – Meditations with Antonio Cardinal Bacci (1881-1971) Christ’s Work in Us “What kind of life has Jesus in my soul?If I am in the state of grace, He lives in my soul but, how does He live?In some, those of us who are tepid, worldly and dissipated, Jesus […]Thought for the Day – 11 December – Christ’s Work in Us — AnaStpaul
“The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handiwork.”
Psalm 19 KJV
Having been fascinated by astrology and astronomy all my life and doing charts for over 30 years, this psalm has come to mean much more to me as the years go by.
We have lost our sense of wonder, have taken too much for granted. A sense of hopelessness has grown, and especially over the last twelve months.
I look at the sky and all of nature differently these days; it is truly wondrous. We are not all lost and lonely souls. We are sacred beings in a sacred creation.
Copyright Francis 2021