Whoever we are or what we think our origins are, each of us is called to address the existential questions of who we are called to be and why we are here. How we respond to God’s call depends on so many things, but ultimately it is a clear discernment of His loving and merciful will that leads us through this life and to the new form of eternal existence in which God intends to remake us. How each of us, during our earthly sojourn, responds to the graces carried to us by the Holy Spirit and to the countless signs provided by God, either directly or through His messengers, leads us on the great journey that will carry us into eternal life. This is a journey of discernment through joy and suffering, jubilation and desolation, life and death, and the entire range of experiences that God makes possible in our restless hearts. And we are never alone.
Through these writings, inspired by prayer, contemplation and inspirations carefully discerned to be from the Holy Spirit, I humbly offer my companionship, thoughts, teachings and friendship to all those who may benefit. The goal of the journey for all of us is the indescribably joyful and holy union with God forever.
While my writings are principally oriented toward faithful Catholics who want to go deeper into their contemplation, I invite you, whoever you are, to prayerfully consider this writing, which has been written by a person who is grateful to God for all He has done and would like to share his faith with all those whose hearts and minds are open to God’s amazing and loving graces.
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Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton