I'm not feeling particularly brilliant or witty or insightful this morning.
Good thing there are plenty others in the Blog World who are!
Catholic Ragemonkey has this: "the hardest message that the Second Vatican Council has and had for the world is this: Everyone is called to holiness of life and to evangelize the culture in which they live. No one gets a free pass."
I followed a link to a new-to-me-blog, Days to Come, where I found this quote from Rich Mullins: "I am a Christian because I have seen the love of God lived out in the lives of people who know Him...not because someone explained the nuts and bolts of Christianity to me, but because there were people who were willing to be nuts and bolts.”
And in the same vein, Darren at My Catholic Life has a must-see reflection on seeing Christ in others.
While you check out all these worthwhile links, I'll be making a tuna sandwich, with fish-cookie-cutter shaped bread, for Little Brother, who is fascinated by all kinds of fishy things since our trip to the aquarium the other day. We've already inspected the pictures in our library books called "Under the Microscope: Sea Life" and "Jellyfish" and I'm sure the shark book is to be next. Yes, Little Brother likes tuna for breakfast. It's all part of his charm, and he has plenty of that.