Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

  FRIENDS and SERVANTS of the WORD Sunday, January 21, 2018 Week Three of Ordinary Time   WORD of the DAY  Make known to me your ways, LORD; teach me your paths.  (Psalm 25) How shall I live this Word? The vocation of each of us is a tapestry of history, responsibility, promise, gift, God’s will and ours.  Nothing happens by chance.  Nothing is definite beforehand.  All becomes, embodies, and is transformed. It becomes: every vocation is a story that develops, is rooted in a recognizable time and space. The call to be, to exist, is heard from conception, from birth, and being born; the call takes color for the earth, the community in which it takes place. And so, will continue to be heard, the call, in every phase of the evolution of each person, so that external events and internal choices will be combined according to the rule of biunivocal communication that starts from the beginning between the Creator and His creature and it is this that gives a profile to the experiences that make life.    It is embodied: the becoming of every vocation is realized continuously, crossing the folds of history, the features of the...