Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Don't Miss Jeremy's Blog!

At one time or another, most have us have exclaimed "I wish I'd said that!" And those of us who write often see others express our own thoughts better than we did or even could have done.

On the one hand, it's a humbling experience. But in the world of grace, it is a great cause for joy--knowing how freely the Spirit has been poured out for the common good.

I've just had one one of these experiences, and I'm certainly both humbled and joyful that our parish's youth minister has expressed so much more forcefully what I tried to say last Sunday about the importance of the Triduum. And I admire his boldness as much as his eloquence; I think that I (and most priests) do tend to pull our punches in the pulpit.

Please read Jeremy's blog post here. It's more than worth your time.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the shout out, Msgr. Although one reason I write things like this and just post it on my blog (thus giving people the choice to read it if they want), is because I'm sure if I actually said it out loud, most people would try to hit me.