From The Dialogue by St. Catherine of Sienna:
“You are a mystery as deep as the sea; the more I search, the more I find, and the more I find, the more I search for you. But I can never be satisfied. What I receive will ever leave me desiring more. When you fill my soul I have an even greater hunger, and I grow more famished for your light.”
Kings Point, New York ~ On the bank looking over Long Island
Alone I sit, even though millions live so close
All alone on the shore, view of Manhattan and New York City
Thogsneck Bridge ~ The World Trade Towers that fell over seven years ago.
I came to this waters’ edge thirty-four years ago, two-thirds of my life has passed
Melancholy and hope invade my soul
The sadness of worn out buildings that stretch to being dilapidated
Remembering those I loved who have passed over, those who inspired my faith here
I miss you Father John Newton…Be with me as I celebrate Mass at the Chapel tomorrow.
Heave Ho, my lads…Heave Ho!Have a great week!
Love, Joy, Peace,
Ron Moses +
Amazing how God works without us knowing it!
I love Saint Catherine of Sienna……….glad to see you made note of her. You never cease to amaze me. The diversity of your involvement in our community and society is absolutely fantastic. I guess you realize how you touch so many lives and bring Jesus to so many folks through all the various projects with which you are involved. The journey is a spiritual pleasure. I admire you for your drive. Keep spreading the good news and God bless………….Cyn