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Sunday, June 17, 2007

A father's gift

This Father's Day, my dear husband gave a precious gift to our youngest son, Maximilian. Max made his first confession, with his father and grandfather patiently waiting for his emergence from the confessional.

It has always been a great joy to both of us to present our children to this beautiful sacrament. The boys, especially, have developed a great love for confession and frequently avail themselves of its graces.

Maximilian is on his journey towards the reception of First Holy Communion. He will receive on the Feast of Christ the King, just as his brother Michael did, last year. After making his first confession, Max could hardly contain himself as he contemplated the day he will receive Jesus. He told his older sister Meredith, "He's really there, you know!" Such a simple statement, and yet how profound.

"He's really there, you know!"

1 comment:


That sounds just like Max, "He's really there, you know!"

I'm so glad he was able to have his first confession on Father's Day with his dad and Grandpa around. What a beautiful thing.

Congratulations Max! Here's to your first steps towards receiving Our Lord in the Holy Eucharist.