Easter Reflections: April 30, 2016 Saturday of the Fifth Week of Easter, Misunderstanding, Grace, and Mercy

One of the things that each of us strives for in life, is to be understood by friends, co-workers, and family members. To be understood, means that we have been able to express our views on a particular issue, and whether or not someone agrees with me, at least the person knows the context of my thought. Within conflicting areas, being understood means that I am still a good person in faith and reasoning, but I have simply arrived at a different conclusion. Frequently, the area of disagreement does not cause great concern if the understanding has taken place. To reach this level of understanding in life is difficult and sometimes impossible.To be a person of mercy in light of the Gospel of Jesus, means that I am called to take thefirst step in reaching out to people for greater understanding. As Jesus was also misunderstood, let us persevere!

-Fr. Daniel Torson, CPPS (KC)

This reflection comes from the Easter Reflections, prepared by the Precious Blood Family of communities:
Adorers of the Blood of Christ (US Region)
Missionaries of the Precious Blood (Atlantic, Cincinnati & Kansas City Provinces)
Sisters of the Most Precious Blood (O’Fallon, MO)
Sisters of the Precious Blood (Dayton, OH)
Sisters of Saint Mary of Oregon

Easter Reflections is available for printing here.

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