In this reflection for the 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Kristen Fisher shares that thinking about death reminds us to spend our lives well.
“What you are now, we were; but what we are now, you will be.” Memento mori: remember that you will die. Remember that, so that you live this life well and that you get to know the Lord well. So that you know exactly who is waiting for you on the other side of death. Because it’s the same person who loves you perfectly even now.
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