November 24, Christ the King

Lk. 23:35-43

The Solemity of Christ the King reminds us that Christ is over all of our lives, and for it reminds us that Christ comes to us not in power, but in humilty. Tonight there was a young boy who said to me he “hated Christians, ” accept for you, because “you are one of us.” What he meant was I do not come in triumph with all the answers, but come in my own trail of suffering walking with them as equally as possible and practicing the wisdom of Francis, “to preach the gospel. .useing as few as words as possible.”  Deo Gratis! Thanks be to God!

VegInspiration “This is dreadful! Not only the suffering and death of the animals, but that man suppresses in himself, unnecessarily, the highest spiritual capacity—that of sympathy and pity towards living creatures like himself—and by violating his own feelings becomes cruel.” ~ Leo Tolstoy

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