Recently in Kansas City, Kansas, a “white Mass” was celebrated (for medical professionals) and H.E. Most Rev. Robert Vasa, now of Santa Rosa in California, preached a fine sermon.
Bp. Vasa has impressed WDTPRS for some time now.
The blog of diocesan paper of Kansas City, MO – St. Joseph, the Catholic Key has the story and the whole text. I recommend you look at it.
Bp. Vasa’s sermon revolves in part around the Gospel account of the wedding at Cana, when Our Blessed Mother instructed them: “Do whatever He tells you!”
The stewards were probably thinking that they should get more wine. Reasonable, right? Instead, they are told to do something which, on the face of it, seems foolish. Get water. Don’t do the sensible thing in the way the world thinks. Do something that doesn’t make sense in worldly terms.
It takes courage, in the medical profession, and in many walks of life, to go against the common herd or prevailing view in favor of something which comes from above, or from within but which has been obscured and blotted out.
Take a look at Bp. Vasa’s sermon. It will pay some dividends for your time.