Live a Life Less Ordinary

I interrupt this birthday adventure story to wish everyone a happy first day of Ordinary Time.  My nativity scene is still up (and will be until February 2), but yesterday was the last day I’ll listen to Christmas music until December, and today at Mass Father was back to wearing green.

Just remember – Ordinary Time is where saints are made.  In the trials, in the monotony, in the everyday.  But no time is really ordinary because every moment is God’s.  What is He asking you to do today?

 

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