Witnessing at the Cloisters

I walked in another gray room, and I noticed a female security guard off to the side. Reminded that we are supposed to speak “according to the need of the moment,” (Ephesians 4:29) and not just speak inappropriately I prayed silently, “Lord, please give me something to say to this woman.” I asked her nicely, “Are you Catholic?” She answered, “Yes.” I replied with a smile, “Well, I guess you feel at home here.” We both smiled. I continued, “I am a Christian, and I don’t feel close to Jesus at all in this place! Meaning, none of this draws me to love Him or follow Him.” She said, “Well, it is all very dark. We have heard voices in this place and seen weird sort of shadowy figures.”

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