Ordinary Time June 6- Advent

Ordinary Time is the longest season in the Catholic Church. It began on Jan. 10th. After Lent/Easter, Ordinary time continues now until Advent: Sat. Nov. 26th, 2022.

Ordinary time is “Ordered Time” sequentially. 1-34 weeks. Our times are in God’s hands. During Ordinary time we wear green, the color of life and prosperity.

There is an old African American hymn we sign at Mass: Jesus in the morning. The verse: “Jesus, Jesus, Jesus in the morning, Jesus in the noontime. Jesus, Jesus, Jesus when the Sun goes down…” This means that every day, all day we are to reconnect with Jesus. Discipleship means abiding in Jesus.

During this Season, we focus on the life, teachings and mission of Jesus of Nazareth. We journey with him as disciples, abiding, learning and growing in him.

Ordinary time isn’t bland or boring time. We can reverence the ordinary. I love to take walks. Sometimes I don’t go far, but just getting outside and walking helps me to think and de-stress. I like to breathe the air and feel the Sunlight or the breeze. When you live in the moment, you can focus on Jesus. It’s amazing the inspiration I get by simply walking. Whether walking, eating, taking a shower or simply breathing, look for grace in the now, in the ordinary.

The readings focus on discipleship. As we hear the Gospel each day we read truths such as: “You are the light of the world and the salt of the earth.” When we follow Jesus and learn from him, eventually we will be fruitful and influence others for Jesus. May God make your life significant and influential.  

Our times are in God’s hands. Believe for serenity and progression and well-being. Reverence the Ordinary, for God is in each moment. 

Read my booklet about Jesus. 




Fr. Cedric Ministries
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