It all tastes like love | National Catholic Reporter.
Some days I find myself spending far too many hours scouring news sites. It usually leaves me feeling exhausted and depressed. World news, local news, church news…it can all be burdensome and heavy on the soul.
But then comes a glorious ray of light; a story that lifts the spirits and lightens the heart. If you need a spiritual lift, please do read Fran Rossi Szpylczyn’s article for the National Catholic Reporter, `It all tastes like love’. She chronicles the experience of her parish’s celebration of the Anointing of the Sick. The Church of the Immaculate Conception in Glenville, N.Y is a multi-generational community that really knows how gather to celebrate the gracious gift of God’s healing love for us all.
A community so in love with God and with each other is an inspiration to us all!
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We depart more than when we arrived…
A beautiful statement by a person who is unwell and needed to feel and hear, one more time, that he is asupporte by God, the priests of the parish and so many other beautiful people who took the time to MINISTER to their fullest.
Oh, I how yearn for that sense and feeling in the catholic church in my neighborhod. It is my delight to read and sense the beauty of love…it can only be had when the EGO is left behind.
Oh my, I just happened to find this post. Thank you for highlighting the article. To be at that mass, something we do twice a year, is the greatest gift. It is so powerful and beautiful in so many ways!
How wonderful to hear from you Fran! And thank you for the truly good news story….always a joy to share. 🙂
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