“As the Father loves me, so I also love you. Remain in my
Throughout the readings after the Resurrection we experience joy and moments for reflection about how we are saved through the death of Jesus and that we are called to live a life worthy of a jubilant resurrection with him.
Here is a reading I want to share with you because it seems to fit this time in the liturgical year. It is taken from Psalms of a Laywoman by Edwina Gateley, V.M.M. I have taken the liberty to space the lines differently from what is printed on pages 68 and 69 of her book.
Called To Become
You are called to become a perfect creation.
It does not matter how short or tall
For you are called to be become a perfect creation.
No one’s shadow should cloud your becoming
Unique and loved you stand, beautiful or stunted in your growth
For you are called to become a perfect creation.
This becoming may be gentle or harsh, subtle or violent
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