Pentecost Sunday is the birthday of the Catholic Church. As we celebrate that and the descent of the Holy Spirit, let’s keep this in mind:
If we want the world to take Catholicism seriously, we must first take it seriously ourselves. That means making radical changes to the ways we live our lives. We need more people to answer the radical call to sainthood. We need saints. Not just saints of the past, but your sainthood.
When the world sees you, they don’t have to see a saint, but at least let them see a sinner set on sainthood. We shouldn’t need to tell people we’re Catholic. They should smell it in our sweat. They should see Christ radiating authentically and naturally from every move we make. If they can’t, we need to shut up and stop talking about what’s wrong with everyone else and we need to start living a more compelling life. – Matthew Warner
You can listen to Scott Hahn’s reflection on today’s readings here.
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