I recently interacted with an individual that was wondering about the meaning of Ezekiel 37: 1-14 during the Vigil Mass of Pentecost. Since I did not attend this Vigil Mass I immediately turned to Ezekiel and read the passage to ascertain its relevance as a reading for Pentecost. Suffice it to say, I was blown away. Not only was this passage interesting in its own Biblical / historical context but it couldn’t be more relevant for Pentecost and the time in which we live – especially in the West.
As a pilgrim follower of Jesus and a convert to Catholicism I love diving into scripture to uncover its meaning. I love asking, “what could God be saying to me?” I will do my level best to describe what I believe God is saying to me (US) and connect that message to the time in which we currently live.
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