In Season



The Catholic Church celebrates the season of Ordinary Time. Trust me, there is nothing Ordinary about Ordinary Time. The term comes from the word ordinal which means counted time. There are two periods of Ordinary Time and we are now in the second period.

The second period of Ordinary Time is the longest season in the Liturgical year. It resumes after Pentecost and continues to the final Saturday before Advent

The colors of the season of Ordinary Time is green. It symbolizes life and hope.

It is springtime here in Virginia.

Carrots are now in season.  These orange jewels have plenty of healthy benefits.

I am sure your mother on more than one occasion told you to eat your carrots so you can see good.

She was right, it is true. Carrots help reduce glaucoma (an eye condition) and has been known to have cancer fighting properties.

Also in season is Strawberries. These tasty jewels are full of antioxidants. Their bright red color and juicy texture make them easy to consume in large quantities.







Peace be with you,