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Ginny Kubitz Moyer shares her reflection on today’s retreat:


Keeping my house clean is a constant struggle.  It’s amazing how much damage two enthusiastic boys and one bin of Legos can do.  The good news is that even if my house is a mess, I can still strive to have the kind of heart that Jesus talks about here: a clean one, one that is open to receiving and sharing the love of God.  It’s a heart that doesn’t freak out at the insignificant things, a heart that sees my kids as the blessings they are rather than as agents of living room destruction.  It’s a heart that chooses to respond to others with patience and gentleness.  Yes, it’s a work in progress … but every day is another chance to practice.


Ginny Kubitz Moyer

Ginny Kubitz Moyer, author or Random MOMents of Grace, is a contributor to several print and online publications, including U.S. Catholic magazine, BustedHalo.com, and CatholicMom.com. Her book, Mary and Me, is a Catholic Press Award winner. She and her husband live in the San Francisco Bay area with their two sons. She blogs at RandomActsOfMomness.com.


 

 
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