Greetings! We are heading in to summer already! The school year is finished or almost and soon the children will be out celebrating their freedom. I remember looking forward to those last days of school, turning in our books, washing our desks, and having a school picnic with dreams of spending long days playing with our family and friends.
June is the half way point through the year and it is a good time for us to evaluate our relationship with the Lord. This month we celebrate the Most Holy Trinity on June 11, Corpus Christi on June 18, and The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus on June 23. Father’s Day is June 18 too, celebrate our dads and priests, our spiritual fathers.
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I just returned from a talk given by Bishop Edward Rice. He reminded us all to pray for the family and the Church. One thing he suggested was to return to the use of sacramentals in our homes. What’s on your mantel? Do you have a Sacred and Immaculate Heart image prominently displayed? Do you have and use holy water fonts? If you are single or in a large family, let’s take advantage of these signs of our Faith.
Sincerely in Christ,
Teresa M. Holman