Traditional Catholics Always Have Hope For God’s Help Tomorrow.

A father, who is separated from his wife, was picking up their children from the school today.  I purposely went over to encourage him and to tell him to be faithful to his marriage vows no matter what.  He told me things were up and down.  Then a miracle happened.  His little girl, who is in 1st. grade, came over and told her dad and myself she was going to sing me a song.  She then proceed to shock me as she very professionally and beautifully sang the song, “Tomorrow” from the musical “Annie”.  Here are the words.

holding_the_sun-t2The sun’ll come out tomorrow

Bet your bottom dollar that tomorrow there’ll be sun
Just thinkin’ about tomorrow
Clears away the cobwebs and the sorrow till’ there’s none

When I’m stuck with a day that’s gray and lonely
I just stick up my chin and grin and say oh

The sun’ll come out tomorrow
So you got to hang on till’ tomorrow, come what may!
Tomorrow, tomorrow, I love ya, tomorrow
You’re always a day away

When I’m stuck with a day that’s gray and lonely
I just stick up my chin and grin and say oh

The sun’ll come out tomorrow
So you got to hang on till’ tomorrow, come what may!
Tomorrow, tomorrow, I love ya tomorrow
You’re always a day away

Tomorrow, tomorrow, I love ya tomorrow
You’re always a day away

Songwriters
Charles Strouse; Martin Charnin    Read more: Annie – Tomorrow Lyrics | MetroLyrics

Why I say it was a miracle was I never expected this little girl to sing so beautifully and exactly at the second when I went over to encourage this husband who has really gone through a lot over his marriage.  God wanted him and myself to know that no matter how bad things may be in a marriage or in our lives or in the Church, the “Son” will come out tomorrow, He always does.

We traditional Catholics just need to keep on praying, having faith and speaking out for truth.  “Tomorrow is only a day away”.  Restoration of Traditional Catholicism may only be a day away, but for sure the “Son” will alway be shining on us.

I told the father to read my blog on the indissolubility of marriage and encouraged him to have faith in God.

sacrament5Immediately after that an other parishioner told me about a friend of his whose husband was flirting and doing inappropriate sensual actions with his nurse while he was in the hospital.  He wanted to know about divorce or annulment for his friend.  I quickly corrected him and told him to tell his friend could separate temporarily, to show that this behavior is serious, but never, never divorce.  Besides infidelity is not grounds for an annulment.  We have to save marriages, not destroy them.