Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Everyday Holiness for Ordinary Lives

What the Saints Can Teach Busy Catholics by Lisa Socarras is a great reminder of the many paths to holiness and the value of our lives:

Most of the years the saints walked the earth were much like our own: hidden, spent in quiet, ordinary duties of serving others and working. Jesus himself spent most of his earthly life — the first 30 years — working alongside St. Joseph as a carpenter before his three greatest years of ministry and mission of salvation.

The majority of our lives are spent in humble service through our daily duties. Why are these years so important in our spiritual formation? How have some used these mundane experiences to become saints? They looked beyond the everyday toil toward eternity.


Read more: http://www.ncregister.com/daily-news/everyday-holiness-for-ordinary-lives1#ixzz1npGghYRv

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