Scripture is a challenging mirror.
St. Gregory the Great wrote, “The Holy Bible is like a mirror before our mind’s eye. In it, we see our inner face. From the Scriptures, we can learn our spiritual deformities and beauties. And there too we discover the progress we are making and how far we are from perfection.”
This amazing quote reminds us that we have much to learn, but we also have much to be encouraged about.
Easter Sunday may seem like a distant past, but we continue on our Easter journey. It’s a time to rejoice. It’s a time to seek Jesus in a new way.
Today and in the weeks ahead, I want to encourage you to enter into Scripture and follow along with the daily Mass readings. They can be found on the USCCB website here. The daily Mass readings follow a cycle that walks through the essential parts the Bible in two years. Make the most of your mornings by reading and praying through these daily Mass readings the Church provides for us. Let Christ speak to you and both challenge and encourage you today.
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