The Lenten reflection I needed to read today: “Nothing but You, Lord” by Constance Hull
Watching “I Am Michael” for the first time on Netflix and I am bawling my eyes out and can’t really understand why
It’s a well-made film, for sure, and I now have the profoundest respect for Michael Glatze
You know how some days feel blessed? Not only because things go your way, like everything not in your control syncs like clockwork. Like, after hearing Mass on your father’s birthday, there is a truly palpable grace, peace.
Today is one of those days. How wonderful to have lived it.
Sometimes (most of the time), when you fight for what is right, people will get offended, find you unreasonable, and overall hate you.
Do the right thing anyway (always).