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By Jennifer Gregory Miller, Catholic Culture, Jan 21, 2022
The Church has eased back into Ordinary Time, a return to our daily work and routine. Ordinary Time or “Time of the Year” (Tempus per Annum) is actually a lack of a liturgical season, where we do not celebrate one particular aspect of the life of Our Lord, but this is the time “devoted to the mystery of Christ in all its aspects” (General Norms of the Liturgical Year and Calendar, #43.).
Right now our family has not been experiencing anything usual in daily life. We’ve had snow storms and sickness to break the routine. I think we would actually be grateful for a little “ordinary” at least in health. I know by mid January most people have made and already broken their New Year’s resolutions, so I’m behind on the usual trend. I did see many of my friends with their words or saints of the year. I usually take a different approach. I examine the areas in my life I need to restructure, and then look for some spiritual inspiration on ways to tackle these resolutions through the year. January 5’s reading from the First Letter of John, 1 Jn 4:11-18, is my inspiration for the year: …