Work is more than a way to make a living; it is a form of continuing participation in God’s creation.
The unofficial end of summer. The beginning of pumpkin-spice-everything season. Labor Day.
Whether you plan to pay tribute to the contributions of workers by camping, shopping, or working, consider taking a few moments to reflect on how your work -- and dignity as a worker -- connects you to God's work.
"We need to remember that men and women have 'the capacity to improve their lot, to further their moral growth and to develop their spiritual endowments.' Work should be the setting for this rich personal growth, where many aspects of life enter into play: creativity, planning for the future, developing our talents, living out our values, relating to others, giving glory to God." -- Laudato Si, 127
Examination of Conscience for Workers
St. Helen Parish
Grace. Fire. Hospitality. Liturgy. Family. Hope.