When speaking to celebrating mass in detention facilities, Boyle writes, “I remind folks before receiving the Eucharist that, as human beings, we often do t always get things right. So I welcome them to the human race, the whole catastrophe, in all our imperfections, so they will come to the communion table.”
We are all worthy to receive God’s love, grace, mercy, and sacrifice. As we are. Where we are. No matter what. This is the love Jesus taught and gave away. The very love we too are called to live. Thankfully, “God is not waiting around” for us to come to our senses.