JR Jaldon: Being unique … the night I was a peanut butter sandwich

I am grateful that I am not allergic to peanuts especially after last night as dawned the peanut butter sandwich! It’s amazing how everyone interprets All Hallows Eve. From one school, I witnessed the great cloud of witnesses as the kiddos dressed in as their favorite saints. While on the other hand, ghosts and goblins trickled the hallways of another school closer to home.

October 31st is the day in which we laugh at the face of death, knowing that Christ is the victor of death through his deed on the cross! “O Death, where is your sting?” 1 Corinthians 15:55

We do many things to make ourselves unique: the sports we represent, the clothes we wear, the attitudes we foster. Yet, our uniqueness is truly found in Christ. When we invite him to live in us, we become who he made us to be. A unique saint.

Happy Hallows Eve and the feast of All Saints! A picture from our social last night with the Young Adults:



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