The chapel is also a wonderful place to visit when you want to shoot off a prayer to God for the healing of a loved one, for a peaceful parting, for a new job, a happier marriage, or whatever your need. It's also a place to record the blessings God brought to your life as a result of prayers of adoration.
In was in this such book of blessings that I got my next Spanish lesson, because there are many Spanish-speaking chapel-goers:
- Jesus, yo confio en Ti .... Jesus, I trust in You
- Gracias Dios por nuestro familia revaida de nuevo... Thank you God for my family coming back to you.
Okay, I'm pinch-hitting here. I think that's what it means. Haven't actually gotten a dictionary yet, but it sounds good. Also words I learned in context by going through a Spanish children's Bible story book:
antiguo = old; nuevo = new; todos = all; antes = before; naciera = birth; con = with; mundo = world; pueblo = village; estrellas = stars; noche = night; dia = day; arboles = trees; flores = flowers; despues = then; creo = created; felices = happy; pecado = sin; hijo = son; donde = where; el Niño Dios = Baby Jesus; rezar = pray.
Maybe praying in Spanish will help!