“Humity” Feast of St. Mark

I P. 5:5b-14; Mk. 16:15-20  April 25

“All of you must clothe yourselves with humility in your dealings with one another”. .

Humilty–accepting one another as human beings. That is the way I see humility.  If we would simply meet each other on the same level–then we could see each other as children of God. Mass and a funeral in Vallejo, visited alice, came home and packed and to bus station and trip to Hollywood.  as i walked the streets to the bus station i saw so much suffering, and the gospel is all about the relief of all suffering, both for now and all eternity. Deo Gratis! Thanks be to God”

April 26 Acts 3:13-15; 17-19; I Jn. 2:1-5; k. 24:35-48 

Hollywood:  spent afternoon and evening with youth group; bed at 11.  it is strange how many different worlds we live in.  but they are not so different. drugs has touched the lives of at least two families here, but they have money, and are out of sight, but the pain is still the same. on the street it is obvious because of the lack of material comfort and support, but then many wind up on the street because their families or they run through the resources.  life is not much different, just a little more hidden in some spots. deo gratis! thanks be to God!

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