One of the most interesting resurrection encounters concerns the Apostle Thomas, one in which he is given a dubious title of “doubting Thomas. Let’s not be too tough on him. After all, the cross had crushed his faith in Jesus, and even his closest friends couldn’t get him to believe. They insisted that Jesus was raised from the dead and they had seen Him. But Thomas needed proof, like putting his fingers in the nail marks on Jesus’ hands and feet and put his hand into Jesus’ side. When Jesus invites him to do so, Thomas comes up with the greatest expression of faith when he acknowledges Jesus as “My Lord and my God.”
Fr. Frank J. Timar, MSC (Pennsylvania Community)
Father Frank professed his first vows on September 14, 1952 and was ordained on July 13, 1958. He is in residence at our Sacred Heart Villa in Center Valley, Pennsylvania.
God bless you, Father. Thank you for this. I know I say it at Mass or at Exposition, “My Lord and my God.” Wasn’t sure, thought it was when Christ cured the soldier’s son.
Thank you for your message Father Frank…my cousin was a MSC as well..Father Peter Campbell…I miss him and his wisdom very much! God rest his soul!???