The Solemnity of the Annunciation, St. Joseph’s Role, Memory Lane, Addiction to Sadness 3.25.20

  • Today’s feast day completely transformed humanity: darkness became a thing of the past. Beginning of the unfolding of the Paschal Mystery. Just as Mary said “Yes” to God’s will, we are called to do the same. You don’t have to see the future, to be able to say “yes” to God’s will.
  • When God comes into our life, it’s through the daily activities of life. How do we allow God to transform the ordinary moments of life? The graces given to St. Joseph were given so he could serve the Holy Family. Shouldn’t we have the same interest…to care for the mission of Jesus? To glorify God.
  • Father Matthew shares some of the things he’s learned being a radio host.
  • Continue prayers for Pope Francis; Father Matthew shares Pope Francis’ interesting perspective on yesterday’s gospel. Sloth leads to a sad state of affairs; “a fog that surrounds the soul, a drug that if you taste it, you end up addicted to sadness.”