"Salvation" is a big word...but in reality, it is a very daily concept. Salvation takes place precisely in our day-to-day lives. Sr. Christina Miriam wrote about this for the Boston College newspaper:
"As you spend these days of Lent, consider the ways you have experienced the salvation of the Lord in your life. Where do you see the providence of the Lord? Where has the mercy of God touch you? ...As we journey toward Easter, are there aspects of your life and heart that are crying out for the Lord's salvation? Invite Jesus into those places in your heart."
For the full article, including Sr. Christina's prayer and discernment tips for Lent, click here. And you can follow Sr. Christina on Twitter (@christinamiriam) and Instagram (@srchristinamiriam). She's an artist and an editor, so go take a look!
"I pray that you will discover the ways the Lord has walked with you thus far and the ways the Lord desires to lead you in the future!" -Sr. Christina Miriam
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