Wednesday of the Thirtieth Week in Ordinary Time

Wednesday of the Thirtieth Week in Ordinary Time.\

And the one who searches hearts knows what is the intention of the Spirit, because he intercedes for the holy ones according to God’s will.  We all know and the only one that can judge us is God.  So why do we judge people?  It’s in a humans nature to judge people even though we know we shouldn’t judge, we judge people.  We judge people for what they do and don’t do, even though we know that should be left for Jesus Christ our Creator to do.  And every time I do it, I’m like OOH I will get judged for that for judging other people, but that’s only right and just.    After all we’re only supposed to do what’s right and just by God.  So why do so many people refuse to see God in the world today?  I think it’s because they choose to be selfish.  I’m not saying I am not selfish, but I’ve seen a lot of selfish and mean hearted people.  But once they have to deal with a disease or a handicap person their heart melts like butter and they’re like:” why was I so selfish and why was I so mean hearted for so long?”   Because the tables have been turned back against them, and they’ve seen what they have been doing to other people and they wished they hadn’t done it.   And that’s where I think that God’s Mercy will come into play.  All we have to do is ask for God’s Mercy and we shall receive it but not without a price, and I don’t know what that price will be.  I know it will be a lot, but I know paying that price will be a lot better than Hell would be.  So think about what your doing that is unjust and try to repent on that so you don’t have the temptation to do it again.  One of the ways you can try to fix this is go to a holy place and meditate and pray the Holy mysteries of the Rosary.  Here is a link for you to do so.

Oct 29 – Homily – Fr Ignatius: Suffering is Like Nothing Compared to Heaven

Oct 29 – Homily – Fr Ignatius: Suffering is Like Nothing Compared to Heaven.

The more we suffer the more we have to look forward too at the end of our path.  If we have a clear conscious, even if we don’t have a clear conscious.  All you have to do is repent and go to confession if you’re a Catholic.  If you are not Catholic all you have to do is say your sorry and ask for forgiveness.


Christmas is fast approaching.  For a lot of families that means presents.  But it doesn’t have to be about presents.  It could be about memories too.  The ones make that day and those you made in the past.  In fact the first Christmas they did not have very much.  I think they came with what they had.  In the story of The Little Drummer Boy, he did just that.  I think it should be more like that First Christmas.  The emphasis should not be on the giving of gifts but on spending time together as a family  or community.  Because after all it is not about material goods.  It is about how you are spiritually ready for the coming back of Christ.  Only you and Christ know if you are ready.  My challenge to you is this:  If you do not have anything to do, go out and find a needy family.  Invite them, if you have space and time invite them to celebrate Christmas with you.  If you do not have the time or space, but you have the financial means made an effect to buy a Christmas meal for a special family.  It will, in fact, impact your life and theirs.  You may get rewarded for your efforts when you least expect it.