May We Experience Unconditional Love and Mercy!

Believe in Jesus and Be Blest!

Happy Divine Mercy Sunday!

Jesus said to Thomas, “Have you believe because you have seen me? Blessed are those who not have seen me, and yet believe.”
John 20: 29

Having a personal relationship with Jesus changes one’s life. Perhaps it was easier to develop a relationship with the Lord when he walked the earth. However, wherever we are, we can have this relationship through our human relationships, in the Word, in the Sacraments, and though prayer. Our lives will keep being transformed in this interchange.

Whenever life gets complicated and we start feeling bad about ourselves, come to Jesus; talk to Him. Received His Mercy; received His peace! We will rise from the feelings that are negative about ourselves; we will be transformed in Jesus’ mercy and love. Mercy and love, with Jesus is Divine, and unconditional. There exists no better relationship!

Come to Jesus and be blest!

Christ the King!

Let Jesus Reign Over All!

Everyone who belongs to the truth listens to my voice.
John 18:37

There are so many things that are happening in our world, in our society, in our families and in our personal lives that it is so easy to be distracted. The Pandemic of 2020 has gone into 2021, and does not seem to be stopping! The emotions, and our reactions that come out of these distractions can change how we treat ourselves and others. We need the reminder of this Solemn Feast Day of Christ the King to regain our focus.

In all situations, Jesus Reigns!

If we stay present to this Kingdom, in our total being, then the things in this world have a focus and a purpose that brings us back to love.

Love is Always the Answer!

Jesus is Love! When He is our King, then we can maneuver in the chaos not be controlled by it!

Have Feast Day!


True Love Heals!

Being a leper was a terrible thing. You would be like the living dead. All of the usual things of life would be denied you and for good reason. You presence in society would be dangerous because the disease that you have was not curable and was contagious. You were dead to your family!

Jesus brings resurrection when He encounters us!

This poor leper went to Jesus and he became alive again; the incurable was cured! We may not be lepers but we do need Jesus! His love can bring us back to life. All we need to do is follow the former leper’s example: come to Jesus!

Jesus is our Valentine! True love cures! Let us love one another. Let us be a people of love!

Happy St. Valentine’s Day!