Today the Church celebrated St. Bartholomew, referred to as Nathanael when first introduced to Jesus. He was given an amazing compliment by the Lord when told he had “no duplicity in him”.
When Alan Naiman passed away he left a fortune to several children’s charities. Some of them were small, and received their single largest donation ever. A wonderful story, but beyond the sweet shock of his financial generosity, there are a few lessons here for us all!
We all think everyone should see things the way we see them, don’t we? Think of your important “career causes” like the apostles approached their mission. Expect the uphill climb. Plan for it, and do not take offense when you experience it.
“The just man’s lips nourish many, but fools die for want of sense.” Proverbs 10:21 Who do you go to
I am very grateful for Bishop Robert Barron. In one of his YouTube videos, he gave the best definition of
The Golden Rule. We can all repeat it to others, and we are quick to point out when it is