'brokenness transformed into beauty' - that's the intention. 'What is lost is found again; what is broken is whole again'.
'We are all God’s prodigal children. We have the potential to transform our brokenness into something quite beautiful simply by returning home to the Father. No vociferous mea culpa is necessary. The father sped to his son before he heard one word of contrition'.
"Now, mea culpa, lord! I me repente."