Thought of the Day October 5, 2016

By 9:26 AM

"If the Americans were as expert in spiritual matters as they are in business affairs, all of them would be saints." (Blessed Seelos) Do we  have our priorities in right order? If the call to be holy is our vocation as Christians, how much time and energy are we spending in this endeavor? Without neglecting the responsibility to provide materially for our family, are we providing for them and ourselves spiritually? We know, but we don't always act on it, that we will not take anything with us at the time of death, except our relationship with God. Holiness is growing in love with God. It wasn't a casual question when Jesus asked Peter: "Do you love me more than others?" Nothing else will eternally matter. In a scale of 1-10 ( with 10 being the highest), where would our love for God be? Where do you want it to be at death? What needs to change to enable you to reach that goal?

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