By Kaelanne Jordan, firstname.lastname@example.org
To be a real man is to understand that pain and suffering is integral to life. A “real man”, Jesus Christ sacrificed himself and took the worst form of pain and torture for all. “This is what real manhood looks like, “Archbishop Jason Gordon said.
“It is always sacrificial; it is always giving; it is always caring and loving. It is always giving itself for the sake of other people. Little boys try to get everything for themselves and pay no price for it. And that’s the difference between manhood and boyhood,” the Archbishop said in his homily for the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross at the Holy Cross Chapel, Arima, September 14.