I wish you all a joyful feast of the Assumption this day. Many of us are praying in union with Roman Catholics who are challenged by the recent motu proprio from their Pope. We pray that serenity may reign together with the will to survive and continue in our many diverse liturgical traditions.
I prayed today for a new Enlightenment and Age of Reason, not like in the 18th century but one sanctified by grace and the gifts of the Holy Spirit.
I entrusted our suffering world to the holy Mother of God, whether through human wickedness, fanaticism, obscurantism, sickness, extreme weather, earthquakes and all other adversities. All we can do is muster the will to survive and come through this adversity and consecrate ourselves and our loved ones to Mary.