Meditation for Ash Wednesday


From the life of St. Senan, Bishop (c. 488-560)

As a boy of Magh Lacha, Ireland, Senan was so precocious in his piety that once, while walking with his mother, having observed her eating berries that she had plucked along the way, he reprimanded her for snacking between meals.

from the March 2006 Magnificat.

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Good thing I wasn't his mom. I would have told him to shut up and mind his own business. Bratty kid !

Exactly my same thoughts, Donna! :)

Obviously his mother was the real saint in the family.

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