Message from Fr. Kramer Cameron, LC
Bulletin, June 21, 2020
“Do not be afraid!” (Matthew 10:26) This is how Jesus motivates us at the beginning of today’s Gospel. We may experience fear, which is a natural reaction, to pain, suffering, etc. It is a natural reaction that helps us survive. Jesus is inviting us however, not to have existential fear, t to live with fear about our past, our present or our future! He is inviting us to live with the knowledge and experience that we are loved by God, who is love itself!
If we were to pray this prayer, “Lord, give me your heart of love,” our fears would vanish, we would live our lives in gratitude, trust and hope, knowing and experiencing that we are loved. Friday was the feast of the Sacred Heart! It was an opportunity to reflect on Jesus’ human and divine love for us. Saturday was the Immaculate Heart of Mary, an opportunity to reflect on how Mary’s heart was filled with God’s love. Let us this week, overcome our fears and ask God for a heart of love: “Lord, give me your heart of love!”
If you need anything, never hesitate to ask me.
God bless you and your loved ones, Fr. Kramer Cameron, LC