resolutions

Dec 31, 2014

It’s the last day of the year that was itself a year ago new, and tomorrow begins another. These hours are traditionally a time of making resolutions, and most often our resolutions are (unhelpfully) about not doing something. More often than not, New Year’s resolutions involve express a desire to do something (that we might want to be free of) less. How about following your attraction to doing something good much more?  Fr. Robert Barron in this brief video clip has positive suggestions that you might like to consider for a new year.

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