We are all wired for God. There is a hunger in us that nothing in this world can possibly satisfy. Only Jesus can lead us to the heavenly banquet; and that’s why we must follow him. Bishop Robert Barron

As someone who has spent a career working in the electrical industry, when a electrical reference is made in respect to honoring the Lord – it has to be shared.  Brothers and sisters – can I get an AMEN?

Today friends, will be brief.  Use this final day before Lent to make sure your fully prepared for the next 6 weeks.  Today’s Readings help us do that.  Reflect on them and realize these next 6 weeks, as much as they are about us atoning for our sins, they are also showing us the true path to the heavenly kingdom – surrendering all that we cling to here on earth and searching for that total dependence on God for our satisfaction.  As we will sing at St. Mary Magdalen throughout this Season, this is the time of fulfillment – the reign of God is at hand!

Do something great for our Lord today – let Him be the rod that keeps you grounded. (I had to use my own electrical reference to finish.

God’s will, not mine, be done.

Be not afraid; just have faith.

Jesus, I trust in You.

He must increase; I must decrease.

Eternal Father, I offer Thee the most Precious Blood of Jesus Christ in atonement for my sins, and in supplication for the holy souls in Purgatory and for the needs of Holy Church.

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