It is no use saying that we are born 2000 years too late to give room for Christ. Nor will those who live at the end of the world have been born too late. Christ is always with us, always asking for room in our hearts.
But now it is with the voice of our contemporaries that he speaks, with the eyes of store clerks, factory workers, and children that he gazes; with the hands of office workers, slum dwellers, and suburban housewives that he gives. It is with the feet of soldiers and the homeless that he walks, and with the heart of anyone in need that he longs for shelter. And giving shelter or food to anyone who asks for it, or needs it, is giving to Christ.
This is from the writings of Dorothy Day, a journalist and founder of the Catholic Worker.
What is your response(s) to her words?
Where have you seen Christ this week? Who has been the voice, the eyes, the feet of Christ in your life this week?