Do We Live Constantly with God?

From Cardinal George’s deacon ordination homily in May:

The goal of every Christian is to live constantly with God. We practice living constantly with God in this life so that we might be able to live forever with God in the next. God’s presence is felt most intensely in the liturgy and in personal prayer; but every moment of our lives is to be experienced with God in mind and in heart. Time not spent with God is time either wasted or sinful. We know God through his self-revelation in Jesus, and we experience God through the outpouring of the Holy Spirit….

Dear brothers and sons, out of your knowledge of Christ, you can teach who he is; out of your love for Christ, you can witness to his way.

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