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John Paul II asks you to ask yourself:
“What have I done with my Baptism? How am I responding to my vocation? What have I done with my Confirmation? Have I made the gifts and charisms of the Spirit bear fruit?” (A
Invitation to trust:
“He Who could walk on water could also ride triumphantly upon what is still more fickle, unstable, tumultuous, treacherous – the billows of human wills, human purposes, human hearts. (Venerable John Henry Cardinal Newman)
Another invitation to trust:
“Lord Jesus, our Redeemer Who willingly accepted death so that all persons could be saved and enter into new life, we turn to You with trust in Your merciful love.” (Bishop William Giaquinta)
Is this message for me?
“There are many wonderful things that will never be done if you do not do them.” Charles Gill
Living Co-redemptive Love
“[God] continues to save souls and searches for instruments. He wants my free co-operation, my instrumentality. I give it to Him without dispute…If He wants me to share His active life, I will consume my strength for my brothers and sisters. If instead He wants to take me into the mysteries of the silence of
I have to remind myself:
“Don’t give God instructions. Just report for duty!” (
Is Pro Sanctity pro life?
How could we say we promote holiness if we do not work to protect the right to life of our vulnerable brothers and sisters, whether they reside in their mother’s womb, a hospice bed, or a group home? Our slogan – “All saints, all brothers and sisters” – only has meaning and credibility if we are pro life.
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY....Pope Benedict XVI
Poverty is fought if humanity becomes more fraternal as a result of shared values and ideals, founded on the dignity of the person, on freedom joined to responsibility, on the effective recognition of the place of God in the life of man.