As These Reflections Point Out, we will find it spiritually advantageous at the beginning of the liturgical year to ask ourselves some questions that are pertinent to the seasons of Advent and Christmas. In the year just ended have I become cold, indifferent, or Iazy toward God and the needs of others? Have I been reverent? Do I try to recognize the presence of God in the Eucharist, in the scriptures, and in other people, especially the poor? Is my life a living song of praise for the goodness of God? Is His holiness reflected in the purity of my life - my activities, my relationships, my clothing, my decisions? Do I make room for silence and recollection in my daily life? Am I generous in sharing my time, talents, and resources? What is the key source of power in my life: God, or myself? Do I rejoice in the light of Christ, or in the deceiving lights offered by the world? Do I let my light shine before the world for God's glory? Taking his cue from the liturgical readings of the day, Father Buetow guides us through our deliberations and helps us find some answers.
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