To accept places that are suitable and convenient does not refer only to physical places, but also means that we give attention to, and whenever possible, accept jobs and professions that are also suitable, convenient and encouraging of our Christian faith and chosen Way of Life. In addition to jobs and the various places we live and spend our time, we may also consider the people who we call friends and spend our time with, the hobbies that we enjoy, and truly every facet of our life. That we accept only those things which help us in this life in allegiance with Christ and reject those which lead us in a different way.
Above all, and most importantly, we must remember this: what is suitable and convenient does not mean what is good and comfortable to me. If I have given my life to Christ and to the service of God’s people, then what is suitable may be a job as a counselor for alcoholics, a cook at a restaurant, it may be to take the night shift at a warehouse in order to provide for my spouse and children, it may be to remain at a parish where the homilies are truly boring so that I become more attentive to the other aspects of Mass—for Mother Teresa, the life of convenience to her avowed life was to become homeless, live on the streets and begin teaching the children of the ghettos.
Whatever your service to Christ may be, the life of faith and in allegiance to him, accept all that is suitable and convenient to the observation of your faith and leads you on your chosen Way of Life.