"But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father, who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you."
|Me In Poland 2016 for World Youth Day|
My name is Michael. Many people call me Mike, and that’s what I go by around here. This is my little corner of the internet that I like to call, “ Pray To God Today.” I have always been interested with the idea of prayer: that we can talk to God and that he will respond. From that simple but complex idea I started this little Catholic blog.
I love Christ. For my entire life i have been in love with Christ. I have always been captivated by the Priest during Mass. My family would always sit in the back of the church (like every Catholic) but I always wanted to sit in the front to see what was happening. I was always interested in the work of a priest and his life.
I am a first year university student who is dedicated to his faith. All my life, faith has played an important role in who I was and who I am. Faith and learning more and more about it has been who I am. I have been an altar server since grade 2 where I would begin by just holding the book on my head for the priest during the opening prayer.
Over three years I created this simple little blog to share my thoughts and reflections on the faith, on the Sunday scripture readings. I've had a couple of previous blogs, but prayer, the central action of any Christians life, has always compelled me. That we mortals can have direct communication to our creator through humbling ourselves. Humbling ourselves and acknowledging that their is something greater, something more that we need, and that this greater being is in fact the merciful Father. Prayer deepens our faith. It grows the roots of faith more deeply into our hearts. Through prayer we can hear God and how he is calling us to be more merciful to others.
Thank You for stopping by at my little corner of the internet called Pray To God Today. It means a lot to me that you stop by and take the time to read the posts that I produce. As of now, the schedule for blog posts is: One for sure of Sundays and Thursday