Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Midnight Mass

Christmas is finally upon us.  I'm about 3 hours away from Midnight Mass.  Remembering back to last year, I was just beginning to settle into RCIA and the process of becoming Catholic at this time of year.  The mass was so incredibly beautiful....just hard to describe without someone being there.  I'm really looking forward to seeing the mass again tonight, only this time through the eyes of someone who can take the Blessed Sacrament this year instead of as a Candidate for Confirmation.  


Merry Christmas everyone!  And let's keep the Mass in Christmas! :)

4 comments:

God Fanboy said...

Merry Christmas Joseph

I know many who became Catholics but ended up fading away. You're a great example of a true Disciple preparing his spirit for God.


God Bless.

~Joseph the Worker said...

Thank you God Fanboy. I guess I would have to respond just like the disciples in John 6: To whom else could I go? Lord Jesus, you have the words of everlasting life - that we must eat your body and drink your flesh.

Doesn't leave much choice? :)

Soutenus said...

Thanks for your Christmas greeting over at my blog. I wish you all the joy and peace of Christ. John 6 -- yes, perfect!

The Catholic Journeyman said...

and another thanks for your existence, persistence and presence Joseph. Here's to 2009 my friend.
-Dave