Bishop Bob had just announced his retirement to his family in the Chucktown Diocese. Now was the time for the old pastor to learn to live on the other side of the thin veil.
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Herman realized his place as he listened to Sr. Charlie talk about home and family. It was one of those moments that can change a life.
Leave it to Sr. Peter to ask the tough questions, but thankfully, Sr. Charlie has the answer.
It was a shock for the wimpy, little Cathedral mouse when he learned that God was calling him to become a superhero of the faith.
You don’t reach the finish line without first crossing the starting line.
Too much enthusiasm can be a problem, even for priests and religious people.
Herman is learning some important lessons in a public way. It can be fun watching him react to life in the Kingdom as it unfolds.
By taking care of the older nuns, the younger nuns buy truth, wisdom, instruction, and understanding. Herman discovered this while Sr. Irene hung hopelessly from the ceiling.
Forming a new Cathedral Mouse so that he can do his duties well is not an easy task. It can require much heavenly assistance.
Herman overheard a conversation down at the Catholic bookstore that really made him think. It had the potential to change his direction today.
Bishop Bob and Sr. Charlie knew something important about Damascus Road formation and education that many of the faithful overlook.