Jn. 6:30-3:  “What miracle will you perform so that we might see it and believe you?”

Life is full of miracles, but not always the ones we expect.  Instead God gives us what we need, not simply what we want.  Jesus is the miracle of our lives. Each day of life is a miracle for me, each day of doing ministry is a miracle for me. I am cooking a meal to serve tonight in the Castro, it is a great miracle that has been given to me–to do a ministry of serving food, of presence-a miracle I do not deserve.  Each day, each act of ministry is truly a miracle.  And for me the greatest miracle of all is in the Eucharist I celebrate daily: Ven. Emmanuel D’Alzon said: Jesus Christ wishes to be your friend–and it is in the Holy Eucharist that he offers you this precious gift of his friendship. And so I see the miracles in life, and the greatest of all is the presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. Deo Gratias! Thanks be to God!

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NOTE:  This is my personal journal, it is not a reflection on anyone else or their journey, but my journey in life.

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