Begin Lent in All Humility

When pride comes, then comes disgrace, but with humility comes wisdom. Proverbs 11:2

I will be posting some thoughts in the next coming days, but I thought I would share with you an excellent talk that took place at my parish by Joan Watson.

Joan lives in our Diocese and I had asked her to come speak on humility at our parish this week. The talk was so good to me I thought that I would share it with all of you.

Addtionally, our Associate Pastor, Father Rhodes Bolster, gave an excellent talk on mortification, which would be great to listen to as you begin your Lenten mortifications.

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I am a mother and wife as well as an RCIA and Adult Faith Formation catechist at a parish in the south. I have 3 children and a great husband.
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6 Responses to Begin Lent in All Humility

  1. Diane Tousignant says:

    Thank you for sharing not only your teachings from God but for this video from Joan Watson. God speaks to my heart from both of you!
    God bless,

    Diane Tousignant
    JMJ. Fiat!
    “Nothing is impossible with God.”

  2. Anne says:

    Both are gifts…so glad you shared

  3. Stephen Arabadjis says:

    To whom it may concern,

    My name is Fr. Stephen Arabadjis. I am a member of the Society of St. Pius X. But I am in my 7th year of Sabbatical.
    Therefore I was hoping your group could do a 54 day rosary novena for my intentions. But any prayers and sacrifices would be greatly appreciated. I know Our Lady will reward you generously for this.

    In Our Lady,
    Fr. Arabadjis

    P.S. Thanking you in advance, since I don’t always get all my communications.

  4. jlynnbyrd says:

    Thank you, Susan for sharing the videos. It was great to see you too. You look great.

    I will be re-listening to Father Bolster’s wise insights on mortification. I giggled when I saw his surname and the topic of his discussion. As a bodyworker/therapist we “bolster” our clients to alleviate unnecessary pain/suffering while in treatment. 😉

    Wishing a blessed Lent to you and yours! ❤

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