Tonight, Mary brings you our Advent series with a beautiful recital of ‘An Advent Poem’ by Saint John of the Cross, followed by the lighting of the second candle on the Advent wreath. Blessings
An Advent Poem by Saint John of the Cross
If you want, the Virgin will come walking down the road
pregnant with the holy, and say,
“I need shelter for the night,
please take me inside your heart, my time is so close.”
Then, under the roof of your soul,
you will witness the sublime intimacy,
the divine, the Christ, taking birth forever,
as she grasps your hand for help,
for each of us is the mid-wife of God, each of us.
Yes there, under the dome of your being
does creation come into existence eternally,
through your womb, dear pilgrim
the sacred womb of your soul,
as God grasps our arm for help:
for each of us is his beloved servant, never far.
If you want, the Virgin will come
walking down the street
pregnant with Light and sing.
Watch Mary light the first candle here
Watch Fr La’s previous Pause and Ponder videos along the Pilgrim Path here
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