Liturgy & Devotions~Daily Meditations



The Greatest
Luke 9: 46-50 Monday of the Twenty-sixth Week in Ordinary Time I will do an act of charity for the pro-life movement or for a children's group.

Working Together to Build the Kingdom
Today I commit myself to making an act of kindness

Angelic Company
John 1:47-51 Monday of the Twenty-sixth Week in Ordinary Time I will visit the Eucharist (if this is impossible, then kneel before the crucifix) and repeat confidently, Lord I wish to be your instrument help me!

The Mistaken Messiah
Luke 9: 18-22 Friday of the Twenty-fifth Week in Ordinary Time Despite the opposition I may encounter, I will try to make every encounter with others today an occasion to share my faith with them and bring them closer to God.

Conversion of the Heart
Luke 9:7-9 Thursday of the Twenty-fifth Week in Ordinary Time I will seek true conversion today by reciting a sincere Act of Contrition and trying to attend Mass or at least make a visit to Christ in the Eucharist.

We Too Wish to See Jesus
Luke 8:19-21 Tuesday of the Twenty-fifth Week in Ordinary Time I will reserve five minutes this evening to do a thorough examination of conscience and perhaps prepare for confession. I will eliminate the obstacles I have to seeing God's face and thank God for the graces he has given me.

A Just Settlement
I will bear witness to the light by avoiding all slanderous talk

Childlike trust
Mark 9:30-37 Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time I will entrust my day into God's hands and live as a child alongside his father.

Treat Me Like Dirt!
Luke 8:4-15 Saturday of the Twenty-fourth Week in Ordinary Time Iíll pray these words many times today: ďNot my will, but yours be done.Ē

With the Eyeglasses of Faith
Matthew 9:9-13 Friday of the Thirteenth Week in Ordinary Time In prayerful dialogue with God, I will examine at least three moments or events of my day.

The Healing Power of Love
Luke 7:36-50 Thursday of the Twenty-third Week in Ordinary Time I will avoid judging others today.

Perpetually Dissatisfied
Luke 7: 31-35 Wednesday of the Twenty-fourth Week in Ordinary Time I will avoid making excuses today.

Do Not Weep!
Luke 7: 11-17 Tuesday of the Twenty-fourth Week in Ordinary Time In a conversation today, I will speak to someone about life as a journey meant to lead us and prepare us for heaven.

Lord, Say the Word
Luke 7:1-10 Monday of the Twenty-fourth week in Ordinary Time Memorial of Saints Cornelius, Pope, and Cyprian, Bishop, Martyrs I resolve to pray these words with all my heart today at Mass, in a visit to the Eucharist or in a spiritual communion.

Getting to Know the Lord
Mark 8:27-35 Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time Today I will accept difficulties with joy.

Taking Mary into My Home
John 19:25-27 Monday of the Twenty-fourth Week in Ordinary Time I will make my devotion to Mary very personal, whether it be inspontaneous conversation with her or contemplating the mysteries of Christís life while praying the Rosary.

God So Loves Me
John 3:13-17 Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time I will contemplate the cross as a symbol of love, making it a symbol that says something to me whenever I see it. I will try to bear my cross today with love.

A Most High Ideal
Luke 6: 27-38 Thursday of the Twenty-third Week in Ordinary Time I will transform my way of judgingfrom my point of view to God's. Today I will strive to put into practice the "Golden Rule".

Leap for Joy for Heaven
Luke 6: 20-26 Wednesday of the Twenty-third Week in Ordinary Time I will examine what motivates me in mydaily duty, striving to purify my intention. I will act out of love of God andnot out of self-love.

Prayer and Action
Luke 6: 12-19 Tuesday of the Twenty-third Week in Ordinary Time I will strive to offer at least onespontaneous prayer to God today, amid the activities of my daily life.

Do Good, Always and Everywhere
I will strive to perceive the needs of another person

Be Opened!
Mark 7:31-37 Friday of the Fifth Week in Ordinary Time I will make the effort today to set aside some time to pray away from the business of life.

Who Am I That My Lord Should Come to Me?
Matthew 1:1-16,18-23 Monday Twenty-third Week in Ordinary Time I will look at my vocation with faith and new hope, confident that God is comfortable in inserting himself in the most common of circumstances. I will try to see his hand in at least one event of my day today.

Becoming the New You
Luke 5: 33-39 Friday of the Twenty-Second Week in Ordinary Time I will make it a point to live today, Friday, as a memorial of the death of Our Lord by offering a small sacrifice as a penance for my sins, and I will live this coming Sunday with real joy as the celebration of his resurrection.

The Great Navigator
Luke 5:1-11 Thursday of Twenty-Second Week in Ordinary Time I will work on being a good and positive motivator today.

Risen People Called to Serve
Luke 4:38-44 Memorial of Saint Gregory the Great, pope and doctor of the Church I will earnestly ask Christ to cure me of my most dominant defect, taking one concrete step in acquiring its opposing virtue.

Christ at Home in Capernaum
Luke 4:31-37 Memorial of Saint Gregory the Great, pope and doctor of the Church I will use one of my talents to help somebody today.

"He Who Hears You, Hears Me"
Luke 4:16-30 Monday of the Twenty-Second Week in Ordinary Time I will console Christ with a total and immediate trust in him and in his plan for my life today, whatever may come.

What Can Separate Us from the Love of Christ?
Mark 7:1-8 Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time I will set aside some time today and ask Christ to help me identify any attachments to sin in my heart. I will write them down and look for concrete ways to purify my heart from them.

Accountability
Matthew 25:14-30 Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time I will make a plan for evangelizing other souls and look for fruits of holiness in others.


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