If you want to tell people the truth, make them laugh, otherwise they'll kill you. -- Oscar Wilde
Sounds like you got a good one, I.C. They are out there. I know of a few.Unfortunately the best one I ran across was from India, spoke almost accent-less English, and really gave a lot of good spiritual advice. They are rare.I was in the box on the Fourth, also.
That was great! I love it!God bless,Linda
And what delightful evidence of Grace, as well as soul, heart, and brain!
Wow! Now I wish I would have gone today! haha
Beautiful response. I know someone who had been away from the church for a long time. Finally he decided he wanted to come back so he went to confession. When he was finished telling his story, Father said, "Welcome Home." He has never forgotten that. And neither have I.
Even when I meet converts, I use the expression "Welcome Home." And they always get it immediately.
Around Easter, I went to Confession for the first time after a while. The beginning was difficult, as I poured out my most serious and difficult to talk about sins. When I had finished that, Father asked, "Anything else?" I said, "Of course," and he laughed, which really took a little of the edge off for me.
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