Coloring the World with Advent Joy

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Last week I was running errands with a friend and one of those errands took us to Michael’s.
On our way in there was a lady with a full cart of purchases trying to get out the door, but the cart had one of those poles on it so you couldn’t take it out of the store.

She looked bewildered and said to us as we entered, “I don’t know what to do now.”
My friend smiled at her (through a mask, but you could see it in their eyes) and joyfully said, “Come on! I’ll help you out to your car!” She was so grateful.

The crowds asked John the Baptist, “What should we do?” He said to them in reply, “Whoever has two cloaks should share with the person who has none. And whoever has food should do likewise.” Luke 3:10-11

Journalism — David Cote

We are halfway there, Christmas is coming! This coming Sunday we light the pink candle of Advent Joy. What joy have we brought through kindness this Advent Season so far? Remember last Advent you received a small box of Christmas Crayons in your Advent Bag? If you still have them, put them by your Advent Wreath, or on your dining room table. Let them remind you to color the world with the joy of your kind actions this week. Like the crowds asked John the Baptist in this coming Sunday’s Gospel, ask yourself, what random acts of kindness will I and my family do each day this week to color the world with joy?

Prepare the Way by coloring the world with your kind acts this week! 

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