“I thirst.” These two words from John 19:28 are a great reminder of the Lord’s thirst for us and our thirst for Him. Let us, therefore, try to satiate His loving thirst for humanity through our own genuine self-gift and humble service to our brothers and sisters, especially the poorest of the poor.
I began to podcast my homilies for parishioners who were homebound and unable to come to Mass. It now becomes a way for former parishioners to stay connected as I serve in the military. If you happen to stumble here, I hope what I have imperfectly written in my reflections or preached in my homilies might help you in some small ways with your faith journey.
English is not my first language so please excuse the grammatical mistakes; and if I stutter in my homilies, please forgive me because it is a struggle from of young. In your mercy and kindness, please pray for me as I am for you. I truly believe that prayer is the greatest gift that we can give to one another! I know I would not be where I am today without those who are praying for me.