Testimonies: Fruits of the Convocation - Post #3

Updated: Aug 10



What stands out right now about my convocation experience is the meeting of new people and getting their input. Western Pueblo Diocese area is remote, and few people make it over the mountains - either way - during a typical year. And the focus that developed on the presence of the Holy Spirit. When the light went on for me was on the last evening when I truly felt the HS push me to a greater awareness that I am not in charge - but the Holy Spirit is. Results for me? I am aware I must move out of the way of the HS and be increasingly aware of his power, and less focused on mine. In my day-to-day interactions with people now I feel - perceive - that change, and it has lightened my load. As the people of God, we must become better at teaching, sharing, experiencing the Holy Spirit day-by-day.


Frank H., Immaculate Heart of Mary, Grand Junction


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