“Christianity is not a game. It’s not a literary theme designed to enrich us. It’s not a philosophical puzzle for the intellectually inclined to ponder. It’s a cry of love and warning from the God who made us, who sees the desperate predicament that we’re in because of our own sins, who has gone to incredible lengths to rescue us from that predicament, and who is urgently concerned that we not overlook the only means by which we can be saved. Why be a Christian? Because Christianity is the truth. Because without that truth, life makes no sense and has no meaning. Because becoming a Christian makes an eternal life-and-death difference to each of us.” -Ralph Martin
Why are you a Christian? Why do you go to Mass? Why do you believe what you believe?
If someone genuinely asked you that in conversation, what would you say?
St. Peter advises us: “Always be ready to give an explanation to anyone who asks you for a reason for your hope.” 1 Peter 3:15.
What’s the reason for the hope within you?
Be the Men.