Words from my 13-year-old 😍 Seriously, that’s probably the sweetest note I’ve ever received. I teach RCIC at my church and my kids range from elementary to high school. I am so blessed to have my “babies” 😊 they’re so amazing! They are the sweetest and so innocent and pure…truly, they are God’s miracles.
But yes, please pray for me! All I need is my perfect man…a man who will love me unconditionally regardless of my flaws. A man who will keep his word and prove his love consistently. A man who can endure everything to be happy with me. Yea, that’s pretty close to perfect for me 😉 hmmm I wonder where he’s at lol
But who hasn’t?? We all sin, that’s the truth. As a Catholic, my least favorite sacrament is reconciliation (gasp! What a surprise haha).
Although I do not enjoy Confession, it is a sacrament that I should constantly nurture because…Lord knows, I’m good at sinning! Im just kidding. But I do know that my soul is no joking matter so I shall confess!!!
I’m Catholic but quite honestly I’m really not that religious. I can’t say that I go to Mass every single week and sometimes I forget to say my prayers but I believe in Christ, I am a Christian.
I never try to impose my religion on anyone else because, with any religion, I just don’t think anyone should go there. Your religion is your religion. But I expose the views of Catholicism, or at least I try to, through my actions in my everyday life.
I feel as if all religions are equally important. And, truth be told, every single religion calls for every single human being to LOVE ONE ANOTHER.
During the last Sunday mass of 2013, the priest asked all married couples to stand up and renew their wedding vows. That’s how important the sacrament of marriage is. We need to nurture this type of union. We, as Catholics, have a responsibility to always stand by our married couples and give them the strength to stay united to each other.