Was there a good point during the sermon you heard at your Mass of Sunday Obligation?
Let us know what it was. Many people out there don’t have an opportunity to hear sermons that are content rich (or even coherent).
For my part, I spoke about the reality of a larger sense of “family” in which we all share. In the older, traditional calendar today is the Feast of the Holy Family. Epiphany was on 6 January, of course. Be mindful of how we all can build each other up and help each other through how we live. Our good works and lives of virtue raise everyone up just as our sins and vices tear everyone down. Our acts of sacred worship ripple through the cosmos, visible and invisible. But our daily actions can be “consecrated” and made more than the mere mundane through our prayerful and dutiful offering of them to God. They too have their own knock on effect in the cosmos. We are not alone. We are interconnected.
Meanwhile, here is a shot from our own real Epiphany Mass: