I do a couple things differently when I'm writing about our Lord.
Normally, I'm very quick to note grammatical, spelling and punctuation mistakes (although, please forgive some of the free-flowing thoughts that were published late at night, proofed with eyes almost shut).
But when I refer to our Lord in any capacity, His Name is capitalized. I take it another step: I also capitalize any 'trait' that belongs to Him, for lack of a better term. For example: His Love, His Forgiveness, His Mercy. Anything that IS our Lord, is Holy to me. While I often see 'His' or 'He' written as such, I rarely see it the way I do it. That's fine. It helps me to remember that All that is our Lord is Holy.
In other news:
I've added one of our parish priests to my Facebook. That should speed up the confession process (just kidding!).
I'm a lector for this Sunday's Mass, for only the third time (2nd time scheduled; other time volunteered). I was reading ahead of this Sunday's readings on my Laudate app, and lo and behold, the first reading is mine. By 'mine', I mean MINE! If you'll scroll down to one of my earlier posts, you'll find Sirach and why it is so special to me. Here is the reading from USCCB: