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"The Fellowship gave me the opportunity to put down my phone and experience the life that I was living. It gave me the chance to live fully human. During that month of my life, I was able to hear the leaves rustling in the trees and feel the cool mornings as the sun rose up over the field. It was my taste of Heaven."
- Kimberly Phelan '18
Discussion Prompt - Easter-time Tragedy
Apr 24, 2019
Our prayers are valuable and needed, but I think if we look at Jesus's life, He spent it serving and giving to others, and we are called to do the same. We should be generous with the gifts and talents that God has given us. It is important to take action and do what we can when we see others in need, as well as praying for them. We may not be able to solve the world's many problems by ourselves, but we can make a difference in the lives of individuals - and if each person lived their life giving what they can and serving others, their collective efforts would be incredibly huge and this world would be a vastly different place.
One Piece of Advice
Priestly Ordination, Rome, May 4, 2019
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