Here’s a bit of Good News!

My friend Jason Hall was on Marcus Grodi’s “The Journey Home” the other night:

I like it when two people I like meet each other. There’s something about friendship and love that increases exponentially instead of arithmetically.

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  • Fr. Bryan

    “I like it when two people I like meet each other. There’s something about friendship and love that increases exponentially instead of arithmetically.”

    Yes! I think this is the best argument in favor of “Praying to Saints.” As we come in contact with friends of Christ, our love for Christ increases. Meeting a friend’s family doesn’t often decrease your respect for them, but increases it.