‘Humility.’ We can use the word in such ugly ways, but humility simply means to be real, to be honest, to be ourselves. If you’re doing Lent, it’s a good Lenten word.
Our faithfulness is not a reality show to be won, but rather transformation for God and glory to God alone.
Very little is known about Saint Matthias, as he is only mentioned in the first chapter of Acts when he is elected to replace Judas as an Apostle. Early church fathers believe that he was among the 72 sent out by Jesus, but the only thing we know for sure about Matthias is this: he followed Jesus from the beginning and was present throughout the ministry of Jesus.
Following Jesus takes a heap of patience.
Take note! Ash Wednesday is Valentine’s Day this year.
The Israelites didn’t see casting lots as a game of chance. They saw it as a revelation of God’s will.
Saint Matthias, an Apostle, is remembered and honored today. Notable for being chosen to replace Judas among the Twelve, he is equally notable for thereafter […]
The Episcopal Church honors St. Matthias this Wednesday, February 24th. If you want to observe this day at home, you’ll need to plan ahead a bit. […]