“I was walking with a Sister of St. Joseph of St. Augustine on the evening of the feast of the Annunciation, which this year was celebrated after Easter. We stopped at this bush of flowers, and my friend was drawn to two flowers that were especially close together. I was reminded of how Mary’s yes yielded the mysterious Incarnation in our lives. God’s son, becoming one of us, shared our beauty and our frailty. The sister’s hand holding these flowers seems a poetic witness to her own yes to God’s call in her life.”
Submitted by C.H. Pak.
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