It’s not enough to do the right thing. It’s got to be done for the right reason.
Jesus warns us time and again about this. About the dangers of doing things for the wrong reasons.
Which is why I don't say much about my Eucharistic Adoration.
I go late most Thursday nights. I'm usually the only one there. Which is fine. I'm not there to be seen. I'm there to spend the time with Jesus.
And to pray for you.
At Adoration, I pray for the intentions of everyone who follows Moments Before Mass.
So why I am I telling you this?
Not to impress you. But to let you know how much I appreciate all of your support and encouragement. For this blog. For my preaching.
And to say thanks the best way I know.