Blessed are We (Lk 10:24) by Dr. Pat Castle

01 Dec Blessed are We (Lk 10:24) by Dr. Pat Castle

aw1“[Jesus] said, many prophets and kings desired to see what you see, but did not see it, and to hear what you hear, but did not hear it.” ~ Lk 10:24 (full readings)
Pat’s Reflections: Blessed are the LIFE Runners who see and hear the goodness of the Lord and act on it.  As we put our Pro-Life faith in action, serving the least of the least (the Unborn), we step our way closer to an eternity that is All In Christ.  Simply desiring God isn’t enough, we are called to reach out to God through our service to neighbor.  Acts of faith transform our desires into a living faith.  The Christ-mas season provides so many opportunities for acts of faith.  How does Christ want us to celebrate His birthday season?  He said that whatever we do for the least of these, we do for Him.  Therefore, in the form of prayers and service, let’s give Christ’s birthday presents to the Unborn, elderly, foster children, handicapped, homeless, prisoners, post-abortion mothers, and others seriously wounded by sin. Blessed are we who are called to be like an advent wreath candle with Light reaching those in need of Christ’s birthday gifts.  Amen.           
* Dr. Pat Castle and his wife Angi live in Jefferson City, MO with their daughters Paige and Grace. Pat is the president and co-founder of the National LIFE Runners Team and a program advisor for Sidewalk Advocates for Life. Full bio..

Faith Challenges:
* Purchase $10 McDonalds gift cards to give out to the homeless.  This is safer than giving cash and handy when asked at road stop signs.
* Put your Pro-Life faith in action by signing up to run/walk 5K legs of the A-Cross America Relay for Pro-Life (Feb 10th to Mar 20th):  If you can’t reach the cruciform course, you can still sign up to participate remotely. 

Counter-Culture News: LifeSiteNews, LifeNews, American Family, Vatican, Project Rachel..
Our Prayers: Pray LIFE Runners Creed to End Abortion. Add Prayers. Pray with meals, bedtime, wake up, unceasingly. Consider mid-week Family Rosary (17 min). Let’s pray now.
Feast Day: St. Eligius.
Faith Quote: 
“The task for a Christian is to drown evil in an abundance of good. We should live positively, full of optimism, joy and peace. We should be understanding with the followers of Christ and with those who abandon him, or do not know Him at all. But understanding does not mean holding back, or remaining indifferent, but being active.” ~ St. Josemaria Escriva

All In Christ for Pro-Life,
Phil 4:13

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