Ubiquitous Presence of the Spirit

In the preface to her autobiography, Miriam Therese Winter shares these words:

“It has been a wholesome enterprise to gather up the fragments of my past. Not all of them, for who can do that, and who would even want to? Just a sampling of the more memorable moments that witness to the ubiquitous presence of the Spirit in my life.” – page ix

Over the next several weeks periodic CP postings will focus on songs by Miriam Therese – a.k.a. the Singing Sister. It’s inspiring to hear her take on “ubiquitous presence of the Spirit in my life” in the context of her path…wanting to be a physician with Medical Mission Sisters but being placed in a very different role.

Many of us can relate.

God, Perspective helps. In the midst of our everyday lives, help us to see with your eyes and act with your heart and head, instead of just relying on our human capacities…

Enjoy the day, filled with the Spirit!

Lectionary Texts for this Sunday, July 2, 2017:

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