"...his heart is an open door...."
Hello everyone. I hope you are well and keeping safe. Let me know what you think of the "sign up" apparatus in flocknotes. On my end, while not perfect, it gives me an idea of how many people are coming to a particular Mass. For instance, last week, the 10AM filled up very quickly and we had to close the sign up availability when we reached 100 people. It is surprising to me that the 12 noon is still the least populated two weeks in a row.
I know, too, that a few people told Vic (our parish head usher who is doing a great job!) that they registered and their name was not on the list. I would like to fix that somehow.
In any event, I hope you have a great day. Here is a minute meditation from the Franciscan media website:
Jesus does not wish his heart to be a mystery to us. Rather his heart is an open door; he wears it on his sleeve for us, so to speak. Jesus makes his heart completely available to us. He is meek, he is humble, and he makes himself vulnerable, as he is consumed by love for us and concern for our eternal destiny. In turn, we are invited to offer our devotion, to have our hearts “burn within us,” to offer consolation to Jesus and make reparation for all of our offenses and those of the whole world. He wants us to unite ourselves completely with the flow of love and mercy that pours forth from his heart.
—from the book
Healing Promises: The Essential Guide to the Sacred Heart
by Anne Costa
on Tuesday, June 23 at 8:41AM