Our salvation has been written by Jesus and there is no doubt that in order to see the face of Jesus. We must turn to the one who said “yes” to receive God in her womb, his Mother. In our daily life, it is to her we look to heal our diseases, to turn our tears into prayer. To her, we offer our suffering and concern for the salvation of souls, our loneliness so that it becomes contemplation, and our fears to turn into hope, our joy that it fills the world with peace and our peace to witness to the kingdom among those we are sent to. May Mary continue praying for all of us.
As we remember the feast of the Immaculate Conception I wish you, your families, your friends, and your loved ones a Happy and Lovely Feast.