I have been in the habit of, every so often, usually like once a week, writing a “sermon” on the saint or the Gospel for the day. I am discerning the Priesthood and I am in the process of applying for college seminary.
Now, my fear is that this may lead to spiritual pride or just have unintended consequences. I do have a Spiritual Director and I meet often with the Vocational Director of the Archdiocese. Regardless, I think the good folks at CAF may be able to put my mind at ease. I enjoy writing them, and I write them in a way as if I was to present it to a Congregation. Some times, I even say it out loud and pretend that I am preaching at the Pulpit. I feel it would be cool to save them and maybe use them if, by God’s Grace, I am to be ordained. I have yet to tell anyone or show them to anyone yet.
So, what do you all think? Should I continue to do this, or perhaps stop? It seems like a small issue, but all big things were small things once.