Be a Culture of Life
Where has the time gone? We are already well into the month of October. I suppose the old saying, "Time flies when your having fun," applies greatly here. While our students have been very busy with school, sports, Confirmation Prep or CCD, family, friends, homework, etc., I too have been very busy. I pray that the students are having as much fun as I have been, although maybe a bit stressful at times.
In October, we celebrate many great saints (St. Therese of Lisieux, St. Faustina, Pope St. John XXIII, St. Teresa of Jesus, St. Ignatius, St. Luke, Pope St. John Paul II, and more) as well as honor Mary as the Month of the Holy Rosary and continue to fight for the basic human right of life.
While all of the saints listed above were awesome in their own right, lets remember those saints who did not have the chance to be a witness or example of God to each of us. Those who have lost their lives before they were even born. I invite you to pray an extra rosary this month, especially on October 7, the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, asking for Mary's intercession that our society becomes a Culture of Life and protects all human life from conception until natural death.